Twelve--no, wait, thirteen approvals this week. To Hell and Back was added to the store at the last minute, and it's a good choice. So good, that we name it the Best Approved Skin of the Week.
Island Fire and Rescue has a new uniform and is ready to serve the public, courtesy of StabbyMcStabface. All a volunteer needs is one of these new Fire-man coats, a flame thrower, and a wooden structure.
A quick search of the workshop shows that NO bandannas have ever been approved...and an even quicker search of the market shows they have. So much for the Steam search function.
This is probably the first version 3 bandanna, which gives players a ragged desperado bandanna with which to hide their faces while they commit their crimes. We like how the big grin is so carelessly scrawled on the cloth, like the owner just doesn't care who sees it or what they think. By Zerro.
A scratched and dented armored face mask by Madroce. Real Road Warrior stuff. We really like the how the spikes in the chin are met with the painted teeth above. We also think Madroce did a good job with the cap, which is often neglected by mask artists. It's got a good leather texture with strap, studs, and a buckle in back.
While bandannas have just had their first approval, hatchets have had nine, presumably because you gotta chop wood, and hatchets make for an OK melee weapon in a pinch.
This one by TheMarex86 has an eagle wing imprint on the blade with a rubber or plastic strap cross-tied down the handle. It looks good, but the handle is in perfect condition while the blade is scratched and worn, which is a bit odd. Maybe it got a new handle.
An H&K MP5 submachine gun, used in the vicious street battles preceding, and perhaps leading up to the Apocalypse. This one has clearly seen action, and still retains paint and markings from that period.
An extreme patchwork of materials and armor all linked, fastened, sewed and tied together. It won't last forever, but it's tough and flexible.
Vitalik scores this third approval in his vehicle door series, the first two being the Amublance Car Door and the School Bus Emergency Door. All three doors are sheet metal doors, which you are guaranteed to use, and highly Rusty, so if you're into roleplaying these skins are perfect.
Get medieval with this museum piece crossbow by Brajkula. It's a mix of beaten iron and worn wood, with a half-hearted floral design that would have looked modern during the reign of King Louis XIV.
The crossbow honestly looks too heavy to lift, which we suppose is accurate, but it also looks like it could send a bolt right through two naked savages and into another before it finally stopped.
An ambitious name for a stone hatchet; we've never killed anyone with a stone hatchet who wasn't asleep. This one's about as fancy as such a tool can get.
We aren't impressed with the wood texture in the handle, but the red leather straps are excellent, and the face carved into the blade is a nice touch. Now you'll look great while you murder your fellow Newman in his sleep! By V1duk4.
A blend of U.S. and native American art and symbolism by Mental Disability. Everything on this gun is quality, from the level of detail, the tiny fringes around the cylinder, and the painted-on appearance of textures. Nice work on the grip and cloth straps, too.
Another installment in the long line of Aircraft Parts skins by Milho Frito, this one is probably the best of the lot. The barrel texture is his iconic aviation metal and rivets, and the red, black and yellow color scheme is strongly appealing. As with all Milho Frito work, there's fine detail on all parts of the skin, as well as highly realistic textures.
This coffee can helmet by La Crampe is the latest in his line of Army skins, and while we think the theme is played out, you can't fault the skin for quality. Everything, and we mean everything gets detailed attention. Check out the small hooks in the bottom right of the chin area and the stitching on the internal leather straps. All the textures are realistic, scratched, dented worn, and Rusty. Fantastic work!
A tribal style semi auto rifle by Madroce, this gun features a dark orange and gray color scheme against rough, unfinished wood. It's got a creepy Mayan temple of doom vibe going for it, so if you're into skulls, toothy demons, voodoo and poison, this gun's for you.