# Draw random stars using turtle

Enjoy creating random objects with Python. Now, let’s have some fun drawing stars in various positions and colors.

## Draw three stars

```from turtle import *
import random
import turtle

def star(color, side_length, x, y):
turtle.color(color)
turtle.begin_fill()
turtle.penup()
turtle.goto(x, y)
turtle.pendown()
for i in range(5):
turtle.forward(side_length)
turtle.right(144)
turtle.forward(side_length)
turtle.end_fill()

def random_color():
colvar=random.randint(0,5)
L=['black','purple','brown','green','violet','orange']
result=L[colvar]
return result

def length():
z1=random.randint(35,200)
return z1

def xcoord():
z2=random.randint(-150, 151)
return z2

def ycoord():
z3=random.randint(-250, 251)
return z3

def drawastar():
num=3
for i in range(num):
color=random_color()
side_length=length()
x=xcoord()
y=ycoord()
star(color, side_length, x, y)

drawastar()
```

Using Turtle, you can also create a variety of shapes including triangles, squares, rectangles, and more.