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Draw Colorful Spiral Web Using Turtle Graphics in Python

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  • Last Updated : 20 Oct, 2020
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Prerequisite: Turtle Basics

“Turtle” is a Python feature like a drawing board, which lets us command a turtle to draw all over it. This comes packed with the standard Python package and need not be installed externally.

Methods used:

  • forward(value): moves the turtle in the forward direction.
  • turtle.Pen(): setup the turtle pen
  • speed(value): changes the speed of the turtle
  • width(value): set the width
  • left(value): moves the turtle left.
  • bgcolor(color_name): changes background-color

Approach:

  • Import turtle.
  • Define colors using the list data structure in python.
  • Setup a turtle pen for drawing the Spiral Web.
  • Start making the Spiral Web according to your logic. 
     

Below is the implementation of the above approach.

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# import turtle
import turtle
 
# defining colors
colors = ['red', 'yellow', 'green', 'purple', 'blue', 'orange']
 
# setup turtle pen
t= turtle.Pen()
 
# changes the speed of the turtle
t.speed(10)
 
# changes the background color
turtle.bgcolor("black")
 
# make spiral_web
for x in range(200):
    t.pencolor(colors[x%6]) # setting color
    t.width(x/100 + 1) # setting width
    t.forward(x) # moving forward
    t.left(59) # moving left
 
turtle.done()
t.speed(10)
 
turtle.bgcolor("black") # changes the background color
 
# make spiral_web
for x in range(200):
    t.pencolor(colors[x%6]) # setting color
    t.width(x/100 + 1) # setting width
    t.forward(x) # moving forward
    t.left(59) # moving left
 
turtle.done()

 
 

Output:

 

 

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