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# Draw Doraemon Using Python In Turtle

In this python tutorial, I will show you how to draw doraemon using python turtle. Doraemon is a popular Japanese cartoon show which is still one of the favourite cartoon of many childrens and adults, also including me.

Doraemon is one of the shows which I and many of you have watched in our childhood and still watching, So as a python programmer I thought I should draw doraemon using my python skills.

It took a lot of time to do this program but it was worth it at the end so now lets see how to draw doraeomon in python.

## Python Code For Drawing Doraemon

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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 for drawing doraemon. As you can see it is a long code, It is done using the python library turtle which is a graphic library so you need to know about python turtle atleast some basics or you won't understand how the code works.

So to run this program you can copy and paste it on your computer python editor or if you don't have python installed then install it by follow this guide: Installing and setting up 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 you will get the below output.

As you can see we successfully drawn doraemon using turtle python, Show this program to your friends and family they will definately find it amazing.

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