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Draw Netflix Logo Using Python Turtle With Code

Draw Netflix Logo Using Python Turtle With Code

Want to know how to draw a Netflix logo using python, then you are at the right place. Today in this tutorial I will show you how to draw the Netflix logo using python turtle with code, so follow this tutorial till the end.

Netflix is one of the most popular ott platform to watch web series and movies, so today I have decided to create a tutorial on drawing the Netflix logo using python.

We will use the turtle module to draw the Netflix logo in python. Turtle is a GUI library with help of this library you can draw anything in python. 

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Don’t worry if you don’t know about this library. I will show you everything on how to create this program and provide you with the code.

Netflix Logo Python Code


import turtle
from time import sleep

t = turtle.Turtle()
t.speed(4)
turtle.bgcolor("white")
t.color("white")
turtle.title('Netflix Logo')

t.up()
t.goto(-80, 50)
t.down()
t.fillcolor("black")
t.begin_fill()

t.forward(200)
t.setheading(270)
s = 360
for i in range(9):
    s = s - 10
    t.setheading(s)
    t.forward(10)

t.forward(180)
s = 270
for i in range(9):
    s = s - 10
    t.setheading(s)
    t.forward(10)

t.forward(200)
s = 180
for i in range(9):
    s = s - 10
    t.setheading(s)
    t.forward(10)

t.forward(180)
s = 90
for i in range(9):
    s = s - 10
    t.setheading(s)
    t.forward(10)
t.forward(30)
t.end_fill()

t.up()
t.color("black")
t.setheading(270)
t.forward(240)
t.setheading(0)
t.down()
t.color("red")
t.fillcolor("#E50914")
t.begin_fill()
t.forward(30)
t.setheading(90)
t.forward(180)
t.setheading(180)
t.forward(30)
t.setheading(270)
t.forward(180)
t.end_fill()
t.setheading(0)
t.up()
t.forward(75)
t.down()
t.color("red")
t.fillcolor("#E50914")
t.begin_fill()
t.forward(30)
t.setheading(90)
t.forward(180)
t.setheading(180)
t.forward(30)
t.setheading(270)
t.forward(180)
t.end_fill()
t.color("red")
t.fillcolor("red")
t.begin_fill()
t.setheading(113)
t.forward(195)
t.setheading(0)
t.forward(31)
t.setheading(293)
t.forward(196)
t.end_fill()
t.hideturtle()

sleep(10)

turtle.done()

Above is the python code to draw the Netflix logo. 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 install 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 the Netflix Logo and below is the finished drawing of the Netflix logo.

Netflix Logo Drawing In Python

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

Want more amazing turtle tutorials like this check out this: Awesome Python Turtle Codes.

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Summary

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