I wanted to use images with the Python turtle to set the turtle to be a different shape e.g.
Unfortunately I couldnt find a way of adding images to a Python turtle project. Is this something which is supported?
import turtle screen = turtle.Screen() image = "rocketship.png" screen.addshape(image) turtle.shape(image)
Just note that you need to do both the
turtle.shape(), to set the shape of the turtle.
This wasn't part of your question, but you might want to know how to do this. You can change the background image of the screen to, as shown in this example.
import turtle screen = turtle.Screen() screen.setup(400, 400) screen.bgpic("space.jpg")
Make sure to set the
screen.setup() size to the same size as your image. Otherwise, there will be white space around the edges.
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Unfortunately, this isn't possible due to the fact that Repl.it doesn't allow you to add multiple files to turtle projects.
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I don't think so. Why would you want to change the shape of your turtle in the first place?
yeah im pretty sure you'd have to use idle or something to import pictures.im trying to move one of my turtle projects to repl and since i cant add files (yet) we're probably going to have to use turtle.shape() and turtle.shapesize() to make graphics