Binomial distributions depend on n and p. We will observe that as n increases, if we plot the probability distribution of the binomial distribution, a ‘bell curve’ which is a symbolic shape of normal distribution, emerges. Below is the plot of the binomal distribution for n=10,\ 20,\ 50,\ 100 and p=0.2,\ 0.5,\ 0.8.

As you can see, as n increases, a smoother bell curve is seen. As for p, it only decides if the curve is slanted (or specifically ‘skewed’) to the left or right.