Turtle Colors

These images show the colors available when using functions like pencolor or fillcolor in turtle drawing. Note that capitalization is ignored entirely, so a string like "bLuE" will result in the same color as "blue" or "Blue". The colors are listed here in alphabetical order.

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120 different colors shown next to the names used to create them with TurtleGraphics. Many of the colors have four alternate shades which are lighter and darker than the base color, numbered 1 thorough 4 (for example, in addition to 'blue', there are colors 'blue1', 'blue2', 'blue3', and 'blue4'). The colors without shades are: AliceBlue, beige, black, BlanchedAlmond, BlueViolet, CornflowerBlue, DarkBlue, DarkCyan, DarkGray, DarkGrey, DarkGreen, DarkKhaki, DarkMagenta, DarkRed, DarkSalmon, DarkSlateBlue, DarkSlateGrey, DarkTurquoise, and DarkViolet. The colors which have numbered shades are: AntiqueWhite, aquamarine, azure, bisque, blue, brown, burlywood, CadetBlue, chartreuse, chocolate, coral, cornslik, cyan, DarkGoldenrod, DarkOliveGreen, DarkOrange, DarkOrchid, DarkSeaGreen, DarkSlateGray, DeepPink, and DeepSkyBlue. Note that in a few of these images, the last few shades of the final color in one image are actually part of the next image, which is why the number of colors doesn't add up perfectly.

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A continuation of the previous list, with 120 more colors. The colors without numbered shades are: DimGray, DimGrey, FloralWhite, ForestGreen, gainsboro, GhostWhite, GreenYellow, lavender, LawnGreen, LightCoral, LightGoldenrodYellow, LightGray, LightGrey, LightGreen, and LightSeaGreen. The colors with shades are: DodgerBlue, firebrick, gold, goldenrod, honeydew, hotpink, IndianRed, ivory, khaki, LavenderBlush, LemonChiffon, LightBlue, LightCyan, LightGoldenrod, LightPink, and LightSalmon. In addition, shades of gray are included with a different numbering scheme. Just 'gray' is a middle-bright gray, and shades 'gray0' through 'gray100' are included in 10-step increments (e.g., 'gray10', 'gray20', but not 'gray11'). 'gray0' is the same as black, 'gray100' is the same as white, and the steps in between are successively lighter as the number (which indicates a percentage brightness) gets larger. A few colors are shown both with some capitalization and without it.

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Another 120 colors like the last two images. The colors without shades are: LightSlateBlue, LightSlateGray, LightSlateGrey, LimeGreen, linen, MediumAquamarine, MediumBlue, MediumSeaGreen, MediumSlateBlue, MediumSpringGreen, MediumTurquoise, MediumVioletRed, MidnightBlue, MintCream, moccasin, navy, NavyBlue, OldLace, PaleGoldenrod, PapayaWhip, peru, and PowderBlue. The colors that have numbered shades are: LightSkyBlue, LightSteelBlue, LightYellow, magenta, maroon, MediumOrchid, MediumPurple, MistyRose, NavajoWhite, OliveDrab, orange, OrangeRed, orchid, PaleGreen, PaleTurquoise, PaleVioletRed, PeachPuff, pink, plum, and purple.

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The final color listing, with 110 colors. The colors without shades are: SaddleBrown, SandyBrown, violet, white, WhiteSmoke, and YellowGreen. The colors with shades are: red, RosyBrown, RoyalBlue, salmon, SeaGreen, seashell, sienna, SkyBlue, SlateBlue, SlateGray, snow, SpringGreen, SteelBlue, tan, thistle, tomato, turquoise, VioletRed, wheat, and yellow.