I’ve been using blender for about 2 months now so I am still not that great, however I had decided (for no reason at all) to make an animation of two bullets colliding and exploding like in the films (I know its impossible!) However I mad the bullet look really good and needed another so i duplicated it but when i changed the key frames both bullets key frames changed!
Is there anyway of duplicating an object without the same animation sequence?
Go into the Action editor with 1 bullet selected. In the header you can find the name of the action (animation). There will most like be a ‘2’ next to the name. This means that 2 objects are sharing the action. Click on the ‘2’ to make the action single user. Then you can delete the key frames or alter them
Uhm… incorrect. If you delete the animation data (or curves, like you mentioned) from 1 object, you’re still working in the shared Datablock. the animation data remains shared if you don’t make 1 a single user