Explore Turtle Programs # Draw Doraemon Using Python Turtle With Code Today in this python tutorial I will show you how to draw doraemon using python turtle. Doraemon is a popular Japanese cartoon show which is loved by kids as well as adults and me.

Doraemon is one of the shows which is watched by most of the kids, so as a python programmer I thought I should draw doraemon in python turtle and I have successfully done it.

It took a lot of time to do this python program to draw doraemon and there is a lot of code. You will surely like this program but you don’t have to worry about any programming.

I have provided you with the python turtle code for doraemon drawing below. You can just copy, paste and run the code in a python compiler.

## Python Turtle Code For Doraemon Drawing

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from turtle import *

# Doraemon with Python Turtle
def ankle(x, y):
penup()
goto(x, y)
pendown()

def eyes():
fillcolor("#ffffff")
begin_fill()

tracer(False)
a = 2.5
for i in range(120):
if 0 <= i < 30 or 60 <= i < 90:
a -= 0.05
lt(3)
fd(a)
else:
a += 0.05
lt(3)
fd(a)
tracer(True)
end_fill()

def daari():
ankle(-32, 135)
seth(165)
fd(60)

ankle(-32, 125)
seth(180)
fd(60)

ankle(-32, 115)
seth(193)
fd(60)

ankle(37, 135)
seth(15)
fd(60)

ankle(37, 125)
seth(0)
fd(60)

ankle(37, 115)
seth(-13)
fd(60)

def mukh():
ankle(5, 148)
seth(270)
fd(100)
seth(0)
circle(120, 50)
seth(230)
circle(-120, 100)

def scarf():
fillcolor('#e70010')
begin_fill()
seth(0)
fd(200)
circle(-5, 90)
fd(10)
circle(-5, 90)
fd(207)
circle(-5, 90)
fd(10)
circle(-5, 90)
end_fill()

def nose():
ankle(-10, 158)
seth(315)
fillcolor('#e70010')
begin_fill()
circle(20)
end_fill()

def black_eyes():
seth(0)
ankle(-20, 195)
fillcolor('#000000')
begin_fill()
circle(13)
end_fill()

pensize(6)
ankle(20, 205)
seth(75)
circle(-10, 150)
pensize(3)

ankle(-17, 200)
seth(0)
fillcolor('#ffffff')
begin_fill()
circle(5)
end_fill()
ankle(0, 0)

def face():
fd(183)
lt(45)
fillcolor('#ffffff')
begin_fill()
circle(120, 100)
seth(180)
# print(pos())
fd(121)
pendown()
seth(215)
circle(120, 100)
end_fill()
ankle(63.56, 218.24)
seth(90)
eyes()
seth(180)
penup()
fd(60)
pendown()
seth(90)
eyes()
penup()
seth(180)
fd(64)

def taauko():
penup()
circle(150, 40)
pendown()
fillcolor('#00a0de')
begin_fill()
circle(150, 280)
end_fill()

def Doraemon():
taauko()

scarf()

face()

nose()

mukh()

daari()

ankle(0, 0)

seth(0)
penup()
circle(150, 50)
pendown()
seth(30)
fd(40)
seth(70)
circle(-30, 270)

fillcolor('#00a0de')
begin_fill()

seth(230)
fd(80)
seth(90)
circle(1000, 1)
seth(-89)
circle(-1000, 10)

# print(pos())

seth(180)
fd(70)
seth(90)
circle(30, 180)
seth(180)
fd(70)

# print(pos())
seth(100)
circle(-1000, 9)

seth(-86)
circle(1000, 2)
seth(230)
fd(40)

# print(pos())

circle(-30, 230)
seth(45)
fd(81)
seth(0)
fd(203)
circle(5, 90)
fd(10)
circle(5, 90)
fd(7)
seth(40)
circle(150, 10)
seth(30)
fd(40)
end_fill()

seth(70)
fillcolor('#ffffff')
begin_fill()
circle(-30)
end_fill()

ankle(103.74, -182.59)
seth(0)
fillcolor('#ffffff')
begin_fill()
fd(15)
circle(-15, 180)
fd(90)
circle(-15, 180)
fd(10)
end_fill()

ankle(-96.26, -182.59)
seth(180)
fillcolor('#ffffff')
begin_fill()
fd(15)
circle(15, 180)
fd(90)
circle(15, 180)
fd(10)
end_fill()

ankle(-133.97, -91.81)
seth(50)
fillcolor('#ffffff')
begin_fill()
circle(30)
end_fill()
# Doraemon with Python Turtle

ankle(-103.42, 15.09)
seth(0)
fd(38)
seth(230)
begin_fill()
circle(90, 260)
end_fill()

ankle(5, -40)
seth(0)
fd(70)
seth(-90)
circle(-70, 180)
seth(0)
fd(70)

ankle(-103.42, 15.09)
fd(90)
seth(70)
fillcolor('#ffd200')
# print(pos())
begin_fill()
circle(-20)
end_fill()
seth(170)
fillcolor('#ffd200')
begin_fill()
circle(-2, 180)
seth(10)
circle(-100, 22)
circle(-2, 180)
seth(180 - 10)
circle(100, 22)
end_fill()
goto(-13.42, 15.09)
seth(250)
circle(20, 110)
seth(90)
fd(15)
dot(10)
ankle(0, -150)

black_eyes()

if __name__ == '__main__':
screensize(800, 600, "#f0f0f0")
pensize(3)
speed(9)
Doraemon()
ankle(100, -300)
mainloop()
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Above is the python code to draw doraemon. As you can see it is a long code but very simple, but if you don't know about python turtle then you won't understand it.

So to run this program you can copy and paste it on your computer python editor if you don't have python installed and setuped read this: Installing and setup python.

You don't have to install any python libraries because the only library we are using is turtle which is installed with the python setup so after running the code below is the output

So this was the tutorial to draw doraemon in python turtle. I hope you were able to run it successfully and show it to your friends and family. I am sure they will be impressed by this program.

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