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Oct 24, 2022 Oct 24, 2022

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Hello! 
I'v built this shape in AI
Screenshot 2022-10-24 at 13.11.57.png
That is made up of 2 lines blended - with different colours. I can't get my head around a way to replicate the same effect in AE - as I will need to animate the above. Any help? 

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Oct 24, 2022 Oct 24, 2022

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I've made something similar before, use a shape layer with out a fill, use a stroke to create the initial shape, then use a Repeater to create multiple copies, changing the position data so that the duplicates are very close together, but then set each's opacity to 99%, this will cause the further duplicates to fade out.  Finally, you might want to drop a blur on to completely blend the copies together.

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Pre-compose a layer with a shape layer and your purple path, animate the path as needed, apply a CC Force Motion Blue in the parent comp and crank up the motion blur samples. Using multiple shapes as the catus advised may also help. Otherwise this is stuff for plug-ins like Trapcode TAO, MIR, Form or Plexus.

 

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