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Hello friends, I'm currently in Tech class doing a project on a very old version of python and need help animating a moving object. I have no idea what to do please help i need to create a winter wonderland Landscape with a cabin, trees, a chimney with active smoke and children playing on a pond. I orginally wanted to find a code that could allow me to draw with my mouse to avoid having to repeat certain codes over again but i failed to find anything that would work. Honestly anything that can move in the python 2.7.6 turtle program would help. Live Long and prosper - D this is what i have so far bear in mind that i am truly a scrub and this code is very mediocre `from turtle import *
import random

HOUSE

from turtle import *
speed(10)
up()
goto(300,100)
down()
right(90)
fd(100)
rt(90)
fd(200)
rt(90)
fd(100)
rt(90)
fd(200)
lt(120)
fd(150)
lt(120)
fd(150)
rt(60)
fd(50)
rt(120)
fd(100)
rt(120)
fd(50)

CHIMNEY

up()
goto(283,180)
down()
lt(330)
forward(45)
right(90)
forward(20)
right(90)
forward(45)
left(90)
forward(10)
right(90)
forward(5)
right(90)
forward(40)
right(90)
forward(5)
right(90)
forward(10)

CHRISTMAS TREE

up()
goto(-200,80)
down()
forward(25)
right(90)
forward(20)
left(90)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(70)
left(145)
forward(50)
right(145)
forward(65)
left(145)
forward(35)
right(145)
forward(65)
right(70)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(35)
left(145)
fd(70)
rt(145)
fd(55)
lt(145)
fd(65)
rt(145)
fd(65)
lt(90)
fd(25)

CHRISTMAS TREE 2

rt(90)
up()
goto(-50,80)
down()
forward(25)
right(90)
forward(20)
left(90)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(70)
left(145)
forward(50)
right(145)
forward(65)
left(145)
forward(35)
right(145)
forward(65)
right(70)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(35)
left(145)
fd(70)
rt(145)
fd(55)
lt(145)
fd(65)
rt(145)
fd(65)
lt(90)
fd(25)

CHRISTMAS TREE 3

rt(90)
up()
goto(-150,-50)
down()
forward(25)
right(90)
forward(20)
left(90)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(70)
left(145)
forward(50)
right(145)
forward(65)
left(145)
forward(35)
right(145)
forward(65)
right(70)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(35)
left(145)
fd(70)
rt(145)
fd(55)
lt(145)
fd(65)
rt(145)
fd(65)
lt(90)
fd(25)

CRISTMAS TREE 4

rt(90)
up()
goto(0,-50)
down()
forward(25)
right(90)
forward(20)
left(90)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(70)
left(145)
forward(50)
right(145)
forward(65)
left(145)
forward(35)
right(145)
forward(65)
right(70)
forward(65)
right(145)
forward(35)
left(145)
fd(70)
rt(145)
fd(55)
lt(145)
fd(65)
rt(145)
fd(65)
lt(90)
fd(25)

GROUND

up()
goto(0,-100)
down()
rt(90)
fd(2000)
bk(2000)
rt(180)
fd(2000)
up()

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Last Post by David W
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I have no idea what you want either. You have a simple code section (which doesn't look like it is properly indented). Do you have Python Turtle in your computer?

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Yes, although it is a very old version 2.7.6 I really just want to know if there is an easy way to animate.

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Hmm... Sorry, nope. That looks like the simpliest way to do. You could try to optimize but you gain nothing much but rather a complicated set of code...

Edited by Taywin

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You could use some functions ... maybe something like this to start:

from turtle import *
from math import *

speed(5)

def rectangle( x, y, w, h ):
    up()
    goto( x, y )
    setheading(0)
    down()
    for repeat in range( 2 ):
        fd(w)
        left(90)
        fd(h)
        left(90)

def peak( x, y, w, h ):
    up()
    goto( x, y )
    down()
    goto(x+w/2, y+h)
    goto( x+w, y )

#HOUSE
rectangle( 100, 0, 200, 100 )
peak( 100, 100, 200, 60 )


def tree( x, y, w, h ):
    up()
    goto( x, y+h )
    down()
    setheading( -45 )
    for repeat in range(3):
        fd( .9*h/4/cos(45) )
        rt(180-45)
        fd( w/3 )
        left( 180-45 )
    up()
    goto( x, y+h )
    down()
    setheading( (45+180) )
    for repeat in range(3):
        fd( .9*h/4/cos(45) )
        left(180-45)
        fd( w/3 )
        right( 180-45 )
    setheading(0)
    fd(.9*w)
    rectangle(x-w/20, y, w/10, h/10 )

tree( -50, 0, 100, 160 )
tree( -250, 0, 100, 160 )
tree( -250, -200, 100, 140 )
tree( -50, -200, 80, 120 )

Edited by David W

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