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This tutorial will help you draw shapes using the [[pen]] using [[Custom Blocks]].
 
This tutorial will help you draw shapes using the [[pen]] using [[Custom Blocks]].
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==Square==
 
==Square==
 
A square is very easy to draw. Use this custom [[block]] if you want it in the sprite's direction:\:
 
A square is very easy to draw. Use this custom [[block]] if you want it in the sprite's direction:\:
 
<scratchblocks>
 
<scratchblocks>
define square (size)
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define square (size::custom)
 
pen down
 
pen down
 
repeat (4)
 
repeat (4)
move (size) steps
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move (size::custom) steps
 
turn cw (90) degrees
 
turn cw (90) degrees
 
end
 
end
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If you always want it at 90°, then use this:
 
If you always want it at 90°, then use this:
 
<scratchblocks>
 
<scratchblocks>
define square (size)
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define square (size::custom)
 
pen down
 
pen down
change x by (size)
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change x by (size::custom)
change y by (join [-] (size))
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change y by (join [-] (size::custom))
change x by (join [-] (size))
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change x by (join [-] (size::custom))
change y by (size)
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change y by (size::custom)
 
</scratchblocks>
 
</scratchblocks>
 
Your [[sprite]] will now draw a square when you run the block.
 
Your [[sprite]] will now draw a square when you run the block.
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</scratchblocks>
 
</scratchblocks>
 
Your sprite will now draw a rectangle when you run the block.
 
Your sprite will now draw a rectangle when you run the block.
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==Circle==
 
==Circle==
 
A circle is is slightly harder to draw than a rectangle. Use this block:
 
A circle is is slightly harder to draw than a rectangle. Use this block:
 
<scratchblocks>
 
<scratchblocks>
define circle (size)
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define circle (size::custom)
repeat (round ((360)/(size)))
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repeat (round ((360)/(size::custom)))
move (size) steps
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move (size::custom) steps
turn cw (size) degrees
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turn cw (size::custom) degrees
 
end
 
end
 
</scratchblocks>
 
</scratchblocks>

Latest revision as of 04:13, 9 December 2019

This tutorial will help you draw shapes using the pen using Custom Blocks.

Square

A square is very easy to draw. Use this custom block if you want it in the sprite's direction:\:

define square (size::custom)
pen down
repeat (4)
move (size::custom) steps
turn cw (90) degrees
end

If you always want it at 90°, then use this:

define square (size::custom)
pen down
change x by (size::custom)
change y by (join [-] (size::custom))
change x by (join [-] (size::custom))
change y by (size::custom)

Your sprite will now draw a square when you run the block.

Rectangle

A rectangle is only slightly harder to draw. Use this block:

define rectangle height (height) width (width)
repeat (2)
move (width) steps
turn cw (90) degrees
move (height) steps
turn cw (90) degrees
end

Your sprite will now draw a rectangle when you run the block.

Circle

A circle is is slightly harder to draw than a rectangle. Use this block:

define circle (size::custom)
repeat (round ((360)/(size::custom)))
move (size::custom) steps
turn cw (size::custom) degrees
end

Your sprite will now draw a circle when you run the block.