Draw a character from Among Us / Library Python Turtle

Library Turtle allows you to quickly draw a variety of shapes with uncomplicated methods. In the course of the article we will build the main character of the game Among Us.

Library Turtle

To talk about the game Among Us, we will not, but instead tell you a bit regarding the library Turtle.

Graphics with a turtle (Turtle from English. turtle) – a popular way to introduce children to programming. Imagine a robotic turtle starting from the point (0, 0) in the x-y plane. Such a turtle is in this library. You can move it and depending on its movement to create objects of any shape.

The library has a set of very simple methods that you can use to create different patterns.

Installation Turtle

To install Turtle you’ll need a package Manager PIP that is provided along with the Python language. Create a project in any IDE, e.g. PyCharm, and then through the terminal, execute the installation of the library PythonTurtle.

For those who are on Linux, you will need to register additional commands that are presented on the page with PythonTurtle.


The creation of the project

Below is the code in the finished application on the Turtle. If you need more information, watch our video at the end of this article.


Program code:

import turtle # Main colors for the character BODY_COLOR = ‘red’ GLASS_COLOR = ‘skyblue’ # Main object t = turtle.Turtle() # Method to draw a body def body(): t.pensize(30) # the size of the brush t.fillcolor(BODY_COLOR) # Color fill t.begin_fill() # on right t.right(90) t.forward(50) t.right(180) t.circle(40, -180) t.right(180) t.forward(200) # t Head.right(180) t.circle(100, -180) # on left t.backward(20) t.left(15) t.circle(500, -20) t.backward(20) t.circle(40, -180) t.left(7) t.backward(50) t.up() t.left(90) t.forward(10) t.right(90) t.down() t.right(240) t.circle(50, -70) t.end_fill() # Draw glass def points(): # Move the turtle t.up() t.right(230) t.forward(100) t.left(90) t.forward(20) t.right(90) t.down() # Set the color of t.fillcolor(GLASS_COLOR) t.begin_fill() t.right(150) t.circle(90, -55) t.right(180) t.forward(1) t.right(180) t.circle(10, -65) t.right(180) t.forward(110) t.right(180) t.circle(50, -190) t.right(170) t.forward(80) t.right(180) t.circle(45, -30) t.end_fill() # def Draw backpack backpack(): t.up() t.right(60) t.forward(100) t.right(90) t.forward(75) t.fillcolor(GLASS_COLOR) t.begin_fill() t.down() t.forward(30) t.right(255) t.circle(300, -30) t.right(260) t.forward(30) t.end_fill() # Calling all necessary methods body() glass() backpack() turtle.done()

Video on this topic

A detailed analysis of Turtle you can see in the video below. In video tutorial shows the complete analysis of the library and its facilities.


Video tutorial:



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