This was a strong week for skin submissions in terms of quality. Lots to suggest and review, especially in coffee can masks and armored masks. Here we have three on the top ten, and more will be considered by Facepunch for approval. This means that while many masks are deserving of approval, only two or three are likely to get approved. Let's see how it goes this week.
GREAT skin by StabbyMcStabface. It's creative, detailed, grubby, Rusty, and high quality. It's also deceptive--if you look out your window and see the Island Fire Dept. gathered at your front door, you can be sure they haven't come to put out fires.
HAD to include this coffee can helmet by Sam, a Rust artist with a few approvals under his belt. Sam's work has an element of visual humor which we're suckers for, and this mask is a perfect example. It's also quite detailed and Rusty, so it definitely earns a place on the Top Ten this week.
Be sure and drop by Sam's workshop if you're looking for more examples of that visual humor. The Panda Rug is the best :)
Almost immediately after you buy a table like this, it begins to look Rusty. Gunk accumulates in the spaces between the tiles, the ceramic cracks, and before you know it your table is piled high with boxes of old receipts and discarded cooking pans.
All of which makes this table a perfect fit for the game. By Dr. Keke1337, (formerly just KeKe).
Another horrific human skin...skin, by MD. Not for the faint of heart. This one has a human face stretched over a an armored mask. The skull cap has also got more human skin sewn into it, with an almost pathological attention to detail.
It should be possible by now to assemble a strong cannibal skins collection for roleplayers, if that's the sort of role you're looking to play. Terrorize your server!
Get medieval with this engraved iron crossbow by Brajkula. Although it is rough and worn, it is not truly Rusty, in the sense that it's neither an artifact of modern times nor something made by post apocalyptic humans with limited tools and resources. Nevertheless, it's a good looking skin, making the crossbow look heavy and powerful, and...medieval. Call it a museum piece.
The second mask to win a spot on our Top Ten, the Sunrise mask is what you'd get if Aztec priests decorated a welding mask. Garish, cheerful, sinister, and grimy all at the same time. We hope to see it approved, but there were a lot of good masks in the workshop this week, and not all of them can get the nod. By Dr. Keke 1337.
On the heels of the Ambulance and School bus door comes the Fire Truck door from Vitalik. It is a sheet metal door, very Rusty and reasonably realistic--solid work. The question we all want to the answer to is: can Vitalik score three approvals in row with this concept?
Milho Frito offers up a fantastic new line of clothing, the "Aketa" set. The hoodie comes in several colors (we like black) and there's a pair of pants to match. Materials and textures are perfect, and the design somewhat Steampunkish yet Rusty. Tons of detail, right down to stitches, small holes, studs, and engravings. The Aketa set is clearly the best skin(s) of the week.
These are the pants that go with the Aketa Hoodie, and probably several other Aketa set items to come if these two skins win approval. Superb style and detail. By Milho Frito
This plain and seemingly simple semi auto pistol by Duret is in fact packed with strong detail and realistic textures. Note the grain of the wood, small engravings on the barrel, and rust and wear here and there, but especially on the trigger. Nice work.