Sure. That's just some animated shapes. More a matter of your artsy skills and patience to anmitae a lot of stuff by hand than anything else...
Thanks for the reply.
I was curious, like i've animated some masks and some simple shapes, but never something to that depth.
Should I search for "animated shapes" to learn more? Or just dive in deeper with what I already know?
Look up some "flourish/ growing vines" tutorials that were al lthe rage 3 years ago. Likewise, any other stroke on paths tutorials are appropriate...
you the man, thank you
As Myl says, those once-popular flourishes and vines are a good place to start but I've got to say that using those devices and techniques require fundamental animation training. As you view the stuff that's avaialble online in that genre you will quickly discern the good stuff from that created by hacks who only copy and paste keyframes without thinking about what's going on or why the element fits into a storyline.
That something is possible to do in After Effects is not the same as asking, "Should it be done at all?"
I come from a very traditonal school of animation.
But unfortunately, not all my clients are willing to pay for me to use traditional methods.
So for the past several years i've been an avid AE user.
It is the familiar, that if its possible to use martial force in a fight "Should it be used at all?"
thanks for the help guys