Turtle Python Programs

Draw Spiral Hexagon In Python Using Turtle

Last updated July 3, 2023 by Jarvis Silva

In this tutorial I will show you how to draw Spiral Hexagon using python, we will use the turtle module to create this program in python, turtle is a GUI library with the help of this library you can draw anything in python. 

Python Code To Draw Spiral Hexagon

import turtle

colors = ["cyan","yellow","blue","green","white","red"]

p = turtle.Pen()

for i in range(300):

Above is the code for drawing Spiral Hexagon, this program is entirely created using turtle functions so let’s see how they work:

  • The code begins by importing the turtle module.
  • A list named ‘colors’ is created, containing six different colors.
  • A turtle object named ‘p’ is created.
  • The background color of the turtle screen is set to black using turtle.bgcolor().
  • A loop is initiated, which will iterate 300 times.
  • Inside the loop, the pen color of the turtle is set based on the current iteration using p.pencolor() and the modulo operator (%).
  • The width of the pen is adjusted based on the current iteration using p.width().
  • The turtle moves forward by a distance equal to the current iteration using p.forward().
  • The turtle turns left by an angle of 59 degrees using p.left().
  • The loop continues, and the turtle creates a spiral pattern by repeating steps 6-9.

Above was a short explaination of the code so 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 or else you can use this online python compiler.

When you run the program and it will open a new window and it will start drawing Spiral Hexagon and below is the finished drawing of beautiful spiral hexagon.

Spiral Hexagon Python Drawing

As you can see, we successfully drew a colourful Spiral Hexagon in python, I hope you were able to run this program successfully. 

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