[Dave LaRonde]"You will drive yourself crazy if you try to do it in AE, if it can even be done at all."
Let's go for it!
How perfectly spherical do you need the main sphere to be?
How dynamic do you want the animation to be? Are you expecting lots of camera fly-arounds? Do you want the spheres to separate from each other or come together to form the main one?
Is this a hollow sphere or filled-in?
Are all of these spheres a uniform color? Are they a solid color or do you want them textured?
Is it a problem if the mini spheres cross through one another?
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Thanks michael, The sphere is a perfectly spherical field, Which consists of mini red solid areas of color. The sphere is hollow and comprises an area of separate spheres mini. I want to convert a logo to do this in 2d in 3d, If you give me a contact email I can send the logo and better entender.
Michael, Must be perfectly spherical, Rotate on itself, Is a hollow sphere composed of small separated areas of solid color red. 2d is a logo to do an animation to be possible in 3d. Michael if you give me your contact mail and send you the logo in 2d for you to understand better.
I tried to Trapcode form, But can not get Las small spheres are symmetrical, Who are separated as.