Draw Panda using Python Turtle

Draw Panda using Python Turtle

Introduction

We’re working on a project in which we’ll learn how to Draw Panda using Python Turtle library. In this section, we will divide the code and explain how to make a panda’s face using functions and methods.

Drawing a panda can be difficult if you’re new to Python, but don’t worry, I’ll explain everything and provide you with the code for this application.

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Step 1: Here we are just importing the libraries.

from turtle import *
import turtle

Step 2: Creating an object for this turtle.

t = turtle.Turtle()
turtle.Screen().bgcolor("yellow")
#Bg color is use to set the background color

Now we are using the function to create a Face. For the Creation of a Face, we have to use the following functions.

Fillcolor(): Choose the fill color by calling fillcolor() function

Begin_fill(): This method is used to call just before drawing a shape to be filled.

End_fill(): This method is used to Fill the shape drawn after the call begin_fill().

Setpos(): can be used to set a position for the turtle.

Step 3: Declare a function to draw a circle

def circles(color, radius):
    # Set the fill
    t.fillcolor(color)
    # Start filling the color
    t.begin_fill()
    # Draw a circle
    t.circle(radius)
    # Ending the filling of the color
    t.end_fill()

Step 4: Creating ears with the black color

# Draw first ear
t.up()
t.setpos(-35, 95)
t.down
circles('black', 15)
# Draw second ear
t.up()
t.setpos(35, 95)
t.down()
circles('black', 15)

Step 5: Create panda’s face with white color

#-------Draw face-------#
t.up()
t.setpos(0, 35)
t.down()
circles('white', 40)

Step 6: Draw the eyes of Panda

# Draw first eye
t.up()
t.setpos(-18, 75)
t.down
circles('black', 8)
# Draw second eye
t.up()
t.setpos(18, 75)
t.down()
circles('black', 8)

Step 7: Draw the eyes of Panda with black and white color concentric circles.

# Draw first eye
t.up()
t.setpos(-18, 77)
t.down()
circles(' white ', 4)
# Draw second eye
t.up()
t.setpos(18, 77)
t.down()
circles(' white ', 4)

Step 8: Drawing the nose of a panda

#-------Draw nose-------#
t.up()
t.setpos(0, 55)
t.down
circles('black', 5)

Step 9: Creating a panda’s mouth

#-------Draw mouth-------#
t.setpos(0, 55)
t.down()
t.right(90)
t.circle(5, 180)
t.up()
t.setpos(0, 55)
t.down()
t.left(360)
t.circle(5, -180)
t.hideturtle()

Complete Source Code to Draw Panda using Python Turtle :


import turtle
t = turtle.Turtle()
turtle.Screen().bgcolor("yellow")
def circles(color, radius):
    # Set the fill
    t.fillcolor(color)
    # Start filling the color
    t.begin_fill()
    # Draw a circle
    t.circle(radius)
    # Ending the filling of the color
    t.end_fill()
# Draw first ear
t.up()
t.setpos(-35, 95)
t.down
circles('black', 15)
# Draw second ear
t.up()
t.setpos(35, 95)
t.down()
circles('black', 15)
#....... Draw face ......#
t.up()
t.setpos(0, 35)
t.down()
circles('white', 40)
#-------Draw eyes black-------#
# Draw first eye
t.up()
t.setpos(-18, 75)
t.down
circles('black', 8)
# Draw second eye
t.up()
t.setpos(18, 75)
t.down()
circles('black', 8)
#-------Draw eyes white-------#
# Draw first eye
t.up()
t.setpos(-18, 77)
t.down()
circles('white', 4)
# Draw second eye
t.up()
t.setpos(18, 77)
t.down()
circles('white', 4)
#-------Draw nose-------#
t.up()
t.setpos(0, 55)
t.down
circles('black', 5)
#-------Draw mouth-------#
t.setpos(0, 55)
t.down()
t.right(90)
t.circle(5, 180)
t.up()
t.setpos(0, 55)
t.down()
t.left(360)
t.circle(5, -180)
t.hideturtle()

Output :

output to Draw Panda using Python Turtle
Draw Panda using Python Turtle

As you can see, we successfully made an adorable panda face using a python turtle. I hope you were able to complete this program successfully.

If you’re looking for more amazing turtle tutorials like this one, check out this: Python Turtle Codes.

If you don’t want to create all of the files and folders, you can run this program now using this online turtle compiler, which is quick and simple.


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