This is a innovative and creative way of showing of your programming skills in Python with Turtle by creating this Spiral which later centres into a Black Hole.
Step 1 - Import and Name your turtle
Step 2 - Create a for - in range and mark anything more than 100
Step 3 - Go forward by 180 or more
Step 4 - Go left by 70 or more
Step 5 - Go forward by 60 or more
Step 6 - Go right by 40 or more
Step 7 - Pen up
Step 8 - Set position 0,0
Step 9 - Pen down
Step 10 - Go right by 2 or more
Challenge: Add Colour to make it a Rainbow Spiral
There you have it Ten Easy Steps to make a pretty fascinating Black Hole Spiral and impress other programmers.
Why don't you put this in a while True loop and let it run forever
I made it so some of the turns were a random number. After running this for a bit it look 3 Dimensional!
@nothplus For your tutorial I would suggest you use markdown so that it will look nicer.
With markdown you can make text bold: This text is bold
see it looks nice right
print("Your code will pop out like this")
If you want to know how to do this check out this Jser's tutorial right here>>>https://repl.it/talk/learn/A-Quick-Guide-to-Replit-Talk-Markdown/7448
Hello. I have a question about Python (with Turtle), because I also want to make a tutorial with Python (with Turtle). Anyways, what version of Python and Turtle is used in Python (with Turtle)?
There is a problem with my Result screen page, it just shows the top left corner of the screen so I can’t see my turtle doing it’s job, and when I drag the screen all the way to the right then I only see the half of the screen which shows the half of my spiral black hole, please help me fix it, thanks