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TurtleArt samples


TurtleArt samples.

OLPC Canada users are producing some great Turtle Art!

5 comments on “TurtleArt samples

  1. Chris Lindgren
    December 18, 2011

    This is a great gallery! I love the small “block” link at the bottom, right-hand corner, which then shows the procedure. Oh, those Canadians got something going.🙂

  2. Chris Lindgren
    December 18, 2011

    btw, we should show the kids these things at our next tech team. “Hey, look there’s other kids out there doing this very same stuff!” /needNetworkAccess!

  3. Artemis
    December 25, 2011

    Glad you like our site and the art we’ve done.
    FYI, we are the developers of TurtleArt. One of us is indeed Canadian. The images on the site were produced using the Java version of TurtleArt.

    Artemis and Brian.

    • kab13
      December 27, 2011

      So If Turtle Art Java, not the Turtle Art bundled with Sugar? Did you make that version part of the OLPC Canada image?

  4. Artemis
    December 27, 2011

    We developed and maintain the Java version -available through http://www.turtleart.org. In 2008 we ported the version to Pyhton for OLPC and Walter Bender of SugarLabs has been maintaining it ever since.

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