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Draw Iron Man In Python Turtle With Code

Draw Iron Man In Python Turtle With Code

Iron Man fan want to draw iron man in python programming then you are at the right place today in this tutorial. I will show you how to draw iron man using python so follow this tutorial till the end.

Iron man is one of the most popular and loved character from the marvel movies but he is dead by sacrificing himself so to offer him a tribute today we will draw iron man in python. 

To draw iron man in python we will use the turtle library which can be used to draw things in python. Want more drawing programs, go here python turtle programs.

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Python Code To Draw Iron Man


import turtle

canvas1 = [[(-40, 120), (-70, 260), (-130, 230), (-170, 200), (-170, 100), (-160, 40), (-170, 10), (-150, -10), (-140, 10),
           (-40, -20), (0, -20)],
          [(0, -20), (40, -20), (140, 10), (150, -10), (170, 10), (160, 40), (170, 100), (170, 200), (130, 230), (70, 260),
           (40, 120), (0, 120)]]
canvas2 = [[(-40, -30), (-50, -40), (-100, -46), (-130, -40), (-176, 0), (-186, -30), (-186, -40), (-120, -170), (-110, -210),
           (-80, -230), (-64, -210), (0, -210)],
          [(0, -210), (64, -210), (80, -230), (110, -210), (120, -170), (186, -40), (186, -30), (176, 0), (130, -40),
           (100, -46), (50, -40), (40, -30), (0, -30)]]
canvas3 = [[(-60, -220), (-80, -240), (-110, -220), (-120, -250), (-90, -280), (-60, -260), (-30, -260), (-20, -250),
           (0, -250)],
          [(0, -250), (20, -250), (30, -260), (60, -260), (90, -280), (120, -250), (110, -220), (80, -240), (60, -220),
           (0, -220)]]

turtle.hideturtle()
turtle.bgcolor('#ba161e')  # Dark Red
turtle.setup(500, 600)
turtle.title("I AM IRONMAN")
canvas1Goto = (0, 120)
canvas2Goto = (0, -30)
canvas3Goto = (0, -220)
turtle.speed(2)


def logo(a, b):
    turtle.penup()
    turtle.goto(b)
    turtle.pendown()
    turtle.color('#fab104')  # Light Yellow
    turtle.begin_fill()

    for i in range(len(a[0])):
        x, y = a[0][i]
        turtle.goto(x, y)

    for i in range(len(a[1])):
        x, y = a[1][i]
        turtle.goto(x, y)
    turtle.end_fill()


logo(canvas1, canvas1Goto)
logo(canvas2, canvas2Goto)
logo(canvas3, canvas3Goto)
turtle.hideturtle()
turtle.done()

Above is the python program to draw iron man. Now to run this program you need to have python installed on your computer, If you don’t have then follow this guide: Install and setup python on your computer.

To run this python program, follow the below steps:

  • Create a new folder for this python project.
  • Open it in a code editor of your choice.
  • Create a python file with an ending .py extension.
  • Copy the above code and paste it in your file.

Now you have the code, but there is one last thing you need to do as I have said I have used the turtle library for this program so you might need to install it if you get any errors like turtle module not found.

Turtle comes pre-installed with python setup, but if you get any errors you can reinstall it using the below command.


pip install turtle

So now you have everything setup and you are ready to run the program, so to run this program open a command prompt at your program folder location and paste the below command.


python filename.py

The above command will run the program and it will open a new window and it will start drawing iron man and below is the finished drawing of iron man.

Iron Man Drawing

As you can see, we successfully drew Iron Man using python turtle. I hope you were able to run this program successfully. 

Don’t want to create all the files and folders then you can run this program now using this online python compiler it is fast and easy.

Summary

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