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Time Maker Briefcase – (Anti-Jet Lag Device)

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  • Tools: Blender, Octane for Blender, Plasticity, Rav Wakui Pipe GeoNodes (Blender), 3Ds Max for Turblion Assembly, Quixel Mixer, Kit OPS, Adobe Photoshop (student), Realtime Materials (Blender), Tim Masin Cobweb Maker

I'm an Arch Viz artist with five years of 3ds Max experience under my belt. For the past two years, I've been diving into Blender to escape the rigid, calculation-heavy workflow that comes with 3ds Max. Honestly, architectural work isn't always the most fun — ever tried making sure a virtual wall is exactly 90 degrees for hours on end? Yawn.

Blender, on the other hand, has been a breath of fresh air. It's like a playground where I can actually have fun and let my creativity run wild. This contest has been a blast, giving me an excuse to dive into my hobbies like animations and Unreal Engine projects, instead of just building yet another virtual skyscraper. I've been learning a ton and enjoying every minute of it. Sooooooooo, here’s my submission—hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it!

In the shadows of an ancient laboratory, long, long forgotten by time and shrouded in mystery, lies the Time Maker Briefcase.

Introducing the Time Maker Briefcase - your ultimate weapon against jet lag. With its classic steampunk design, it's both stylish and functional and at its core lies a powerful watch tourbillon, synced with the moon and Earth's gravity. Powered by steam and gears, it effortlessly adjusts to different time zones.

With its classic steampunk design, it's both stylish and functional. At its core lies a powerful watch tourbillon, synced with the moon and Earth's gravity. Powered by steam technology from a time where the world, was powered by steam and gears, it effortlessly adjusts to different time zones. But beware - this device has a dark past. Abandoned by a mad scientist, its temporal effects were deemed too powerful. Its use has been banned in many circles, feared for its ability to bend time itself.

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