Hi, I was wondering how drawings could define patterns. I'll try to express it better: let's suppose I want to "create" a sentence with dots, cherry petals or whatever. The intro is: dots move from random position to A position creating characters (I suppose I should use a maxloop and just a random move), then they wait "wavering" for the end of the line (advanced org should be fine for it, right?), then they "scatter" away (just another move with another template or an advanced org again, right?).
The thing is that I've no idea to how to tell them "reach these points and create the sentence: I'll never understand karaoke effects". How could I define the very shape (and/or area) of something?
I found a kind of reference for this ---> https://youtu.be/6JvvmpNSh6Y?t=1m30s in the background the characters are composed by shiny dots, they wait, then they scatter, but how could I do that?
And for lightening the script, is there a way to keep a dot/drawing over in time? For example, if I use a "line" effect it could do a preline-line effect or a line-postline effect, but can it do everything in just one template?
I'm new here, I hope no one asked it before. If they asked something similar, could you send me the link to it?
Thank you very much in advance!