An eclectic mix of skins for you this week, we can detect no distinct theme. Our favorite: The Valentine Set, by Milho Frito.
Mishka released a pair of stone age tools made from stone age materials, in this case the tooth of a giant, prehistoric "fish" that was bigger than a shipping container. The wood of the handle is wrapped in hand woven cloth and elaborately carved to make a fine, tribal style tool to see you through to metalworking.
There is a pickaxe to match, and it carries a sharper, more carnivorous tooth that looks like it would really get the job done on rocks or sleeping Newman skulls. Drop by Mishka's workshop to have a look.
Here's a...brutal door by Mishka and Stonemason, behind which the most dreadful things happen, but little sound escapes. It looks like it has a heavy wooden core with layers of rebar and sheet metal reinforcement. An old window slot was covered in armor, then barred up, then armored again. No admittance, seriously!
This door would be a nice choice on many kinds of bases, except maybe role-playing shops or town buildings. Tough, ugly, and Brutal.
We don't feature a lot of glowing things around here, but we gotta admit this one is pretty cool. The skulls of the damned run halfway up the blade to the point where the metal begins to glow, and they don't look very happy. Probably should have given to charity more often.
We suppose it's not necessary to point out that half the sword glows cherry red, while the other half is hot enough to strip the skin off your bones in five seconds flat. LittleRanger has taken care to wrap cloth around the grip, but it's still got a couple of bare spots, so watch out.
Everyone's favorite holiday is just around the corner, and Milho Frito has provided a hoodie and pants set to make this Valentine's Day a very special one. It's a latex love suit, just like you've always wanted, with every detail carefully glossed up and ready for action. There's leather belts, buckles, red laces and chains in all the right places to accentuate the black latex. Everything you need.
As outrageous as the suit may be, it really is a highly detailed, high quality skin. We not too sure about approval chances, but the presentation here is first rate. For the brave among you who wish to know how to use the suit, follow this link here. (Warning: it may be a bit much for those of sensitive constitution)
While the royals of the past armed themselves with swords and pikes, we all know people of the modern age have grown beyond such primitive weapons except in the most desperate situations. Guns are the new swords, especially hard hitting repeating guns that don't miss at close range. Which is why a modern royal keeps the Royalty Pump Shotgun handy next to his throne in case someone refuses to bow or for some quick home defense.
The gun is metal with a wood veneer in some places, highlighted in brass and decorated in noble flourishes and fine leather. Wear and tear are present but minimal so the air of luxury is not diminished.
By Milho Frito
These days, If your line of work requires a steady stream of fresh bodies, you're going to need something better than a knife. The Necromancer python's a good choice, perfect for converting fighting, struggling people into corpses, where they're much easier to handle.
The python's covered top to bottom with a variety of colorful Southwestern tribal symbols and glyphs, The gun reminds us a bit of KeKe's work, only it's not comedic or urban gangster in character. Nice work on the back and top of the gun.
A bullet flies through the braaaains for a putrified zombie who seems not to care. It's head has already separated from its body, tongue and spine dangling down the pistol grip, face fluorescing green.
That's right, the face glows radioactive green in the dark and so does the bullet, which is a cool nighttime effect. It may get you killed, of course, but one must sacrifice for Art.
Sunday Sunday SUNDAY!! Monster truck MADNESS comes to Rust!! Bring you girl, bring your gun, and bring your booze 'cause it's hard liquor and hand guns night tonight at the track! BE THERE!
The monster truck set comes with a rebar reinforced metal chest plate and face mask. Tire rubber and truck parts are worked into both pieces, with aggressive, hostile war paint and lots of rust and dirt.
By RavN. Check out RavN's workshop to see the chest plate. Rusty as it gets!
It would seem Hell has housing problems. All the good space has been used by by top tier tenants, while everyone else has to make-do living out of their cars or stuffed into swords or machine guns. But that's the Apocalypse for you. Kill everyone on the planet today, and the rent is too damn high in Hell tomorrow.
But you can help out with the Soulkeeper MP5. Everyone killed by Soulkeeper gets accommodation in the metal of this grim, cursed weapon, lovingly detailed and rusted by Madroce. And don't worry, you're not keeping anyone from their eternal reward--everyone in Rust is headed SOUTH.
Here's a beautiful crossbow by Badtrip with a hawk worked into the shape and contours of the weapon. The wings spread along the bow visible front and back, with the cruel beak and steely gaze of the bird facing forward. Colors are subdued and understated as they should be for a quiet hunting weapon.
There are lots of subtle details in every little part of this skin, from the crimped metal along the edge of the bow to the padding on the grip. It's not a flashy skin, but there's a lot to admire (N key) while you're waiting patiently at your neighbor's door.