Draw Heart Using Turtle Graphics in Python

Turtle is an inbuilt module in Python. It provides: 

  1. Drawing using a screen (cardboard).
  2. Turtle (pen).

To draw something on the screen, we need to move the turtle (pen) and to move the turtle, there are some functions like the forward(), backward(), etc

Prerequisite: Turtle Programming Basics

Draw Heart Using Turtle Graphics

In this section, we will discuss how to draw Heart using Turtle Graphics.

Approach:



  1. Import Turtle
  2. Make Turtle Object
  3. Define a method to draw a curve with simple forward and left moves
  4. Define a method to draw the full heart and fill the red color in it
  5. Define a method to display some text by setting position
  6. Call all the methods in main section.

Code:

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# Import turtle package
import turtle
  
# Creating a turtle object(pen)
pen = turtle.Turtle()
  
# Defining a method to draw curve
def curve():
    for i in range(200):
  
        # Defining step by step curve motion
        pen.right(1)
        pen.forward(1)
  
# Defining method to draw a full heart
def heart():
  
    # Set the fill color to red
    pen.fillcolor('red')
  
    # Start filling the color
    pen.begin_fill()
  
    # Draw the left line
    pen.left(140)
    pen.forward(113)
  
    # Draw the left curve
    curve()
    pen.left(120)
  
    # Draw the right curve
    curve()
  
    # Draw the right line
    pen.forward(112)
  
    # Ending the filling of the color
    pen.end_fill()
  
# Defining method to write text
def txt():
  
    # Move turtle to air
    pen.up()
  
    # Move turtle to a given position
    pen.setpos(-68, 95)
  
    # Move the turtle to the ground
    pen.down()
  
    # Set the text color to lightgreen
    pen.color('lightgreen')
  
    # Write the specified text in 
    # specified font style and size
    pen.write("GeeksForGeeks", font=(
      "Verdana", 12, "bold"))
  
  
# Draw a heart
heart()
  
# Write text
txt()
  
# To hide turtle
pen.ht()

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Output:

Heart Using Turtle Graphics




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