30 May 2017, 9AM
The header is in celebration of the end of the latest season of PitchDank's The Rust Zone. It ends in the manner you'd expect. And by that I mean there's absolutely no chance you'd gave guessed, because The Rust Zone is inherently unknowable. You just experience it.
Seriously, take in the whole playlist and watch it turn from a silly update show into... well, I genuinely can't describe what it is. I can tell you it's no longer about Brad at a desk taking a whole lot of abuse from everyone and anyone, even though that's still a part of it. And I can tell you that watching it grow over 16 episodes has been a pleasure. If you haven't taken the time to get into it, now is probably the time.
Good work. Now make the next season ASAP.
Here's Banana Duck's excellent little short film, Life of a Door Camper. It's only two minutes long, but there's a lot of good stuff as he delves into the mind of those one-shot wonders who hang about in bushes all day.
Well written, nicely shot, good acting, and nice editing. More, please!
You know, there are tales that a lot of Youtubers like to tell in Rust. SaveTig's Love & Vendetta is pretty recogniseable: people meet in Rust, they fall in love, then Rust things happen to them. I will say this about it: it's the first one I've ever watched with an actual sex scene in it.
That was well made, though they should've made her a sleeping bag so none of it would've been necessary.
Here's how Skwealer imagines how people arrive in Rust.
The only flaw in that is that there'd need to be an awful lot of guards on hand to deliver people to the island. Otherwise it's well done.
There's some really great doors in Xtab's latest look at the Steam Workshop.
I want that road sign door so much.
Rust With Lou attempts some international deplomacy.
I can't believe I laughed at that.
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