Art, maps, and more.
7 August 2018 (6 Comments)
It's been a slightly quiet week in maps, but there's been some interesting things nonetheless. WheatleyMF is working on a canyon map, and shared a few (very early) shots to the Rusty Cartographers Discord. It looks like the perfect place to kick the dirt up in a car.
Snowballfred has been working on a bunch of map editing tutorials, but he's also making maps as well. He has a Aus vs NZ map that pits the two landmasses against one another. It's cool to see a recogniseable country on a Rust map (sorry, New Zealand), but there's something else here. Beneath W16 is a series of tunnels. They loop around like a drunken colon, and I'll admit I got lost in there. The end goal is pretty nice.
Down under a land down under, eh?
I very rarely do this, but there's a skin by Frank the Fish on the Steam Workshop that takes that childhood car rug we all had and adds Rust monuments to it. It's probably my favourite work of fan art, and I have plenty to pick from.
Over on the Steam Community, ReDead serenaded a rock.
Aka, rock music...
Though I'd happily keep this sort of 'exploit' in the game, I don't think it'll last. But as it's out there for this month, the joy of Ser Winter discovering that you can build a base in a swamp tree was too nice to ignore.
MadMaxGamer also built one on the Rust Factions server.
Also, when we added the Compound Bow, Ser Winter was the first person I thought of, and he took it for a run with Vertiigo. As always, there's as lot of swearing when these two get together...
Laughing at that made me feel slightly better. Thanks you silly sods.
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