# Add a line between two objects?

I have empty1, the empty that fires the bullet(s), and empty2, the empty that is always at the center of the screen. If you are confused about empty2's function, look at this question. On command, I need a line, which is our bullet, to be added. I obviously can't just add a line that starts at empty1 and is endless as that causes many issues. When the command to shoot a bullet is sent, I need a line to be created, starting from empty1, and I need to it to continue towards empty2. In other words, I need a line to be between two objects (for my case, empties). What is the best way to achieve this? Thanks!

EDIT: I prefer that the "line" is an object as I'll be planning to change its color, thickness, etc.

• see if this what you need blender.stackexchange.com/questions/28535/… May 5 '15 at 23:31
• @Chebhou I already looked at that earlier, thanks though. This question is quite different, not so much though. May 5 '15 at 23:33
• you need a line straight from one point to another ? you can use render.drawline() May 5 '15 at 23:35
• @Chebhou Problem is, I don't know how to use python. I am planning to, but since I've made it so far in this and the remaining parts don't need much python, I've planned to learn later. May 5 '15 at 23:36
• OK it's your call May 5 '15 at 23:37