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Anthony Lester
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CGI Architectural Visualiser, Runner, Event Director of Tonbridge parkrun, Father etc.
CGI Architectural Visualiser, Runner, Event Director of Tonbridge parkrun, Father etc.

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I did this about 3 weeks ago with the intention of developing it further but haven't so here is the WIP of Farnsworth House.

#Lumion   #Farnsworth   #animation   #CGI  

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I bought myself a lens set for my galaxy S5 last week and have had a play this weekend. TBH for £4.95 I wasn't expecting much but have been surprised.

#androidphotography #macro #butterfly
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A simple scene that I've been working on the last couple of days. 

The original intention was to build a scene to trail Lumion 5 with but though I would do a still image with it too.

#3dsmax   #mentalray   #CGI   #ArchViz  

http://youtu.be/DslhWtvY1Dg
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A short animation that I have been working on over the last couple of days

I've not been on here in ages! Looks like things have moved on quite a bit, time for a catch-up I think

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We had our inaugural run on Saturday, with over 260 finishers it was a huge success and I'm looking fowardr to doing it all over again on this Saturday #parkrun   #tonbridge   #inaugural  

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After getting to Park Run this morning and not really 'feeling it', I thought I might as well just run it anyways seeing as I was there and did not really expect anything other than a world of hurt.

When we got going there was the usual mad dash to the first corner but it soon settled and there was a small group of five runners. Of the five I recognised 3 having run with them before so decided to stick with them. Running in the group seemed to make things a bit easier, with everyone doing their share on pace. I stuck with the group until about 800m at which point the 'not feeling it' really started to hit home. I waved through the others in the group and had a look at my watch. 15secs inside PB. Time to zip up man suit. The last 400m is uphill and was really tough but I kept on pushing.

I went through the finish with a 12 second PB so only lost 3 seconds in the last 800m which I think I am more happy about than the PB itself! Only 14 seconds more to get sub 18mins and on a 'good' day I know have the confidence that this shouldn't be a problem.

Thanks to all at Maidstone #parkrun as ever a well organised friendly run that I would definitely recommend if you're in Kent on a Saturday morning, 'feeling it' or not.

Happy running


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After getting to Park Run this morning and not really 'feeling it', I thought I might as well just run it anyways seeing as I was there and did not really expect anything other than a world of hurt.

When we got going there was the usual mad dash to the first corner but it soon settled and there was a small group of five runners. Of the five I recognised 3 having run with them before so decided to stick with them. Running in the group seemed to make things a bit easier, with everyone doing their share on pace. I stuck with the group until about 800m at which point the 'not feeling it' really started to hit home. I waved through the others in the group and had a look at my watch. 15secs inside PB. Time to zip up man suit. The last 400m is uphill and was really tough but I kept on pushing.

I went through the finish with a 12 second PB so only lost 3 seconds in the last 800m which I think I am more happy about than the PB itself! Only 14 seconds more to get sub 18mins and on a 'good' day I know have the confidence that this shouldn't be a problem.

Thanks to all at Maidstone #parkrun as ever a well organised friendly run that I would definitely recommend if you're in Kent on a Saturday morning, 'feeling it' or not.

Happy running


Nearly that time of the week again. Looking forward to tomorrow! 
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