More complex vector shapes, such as stars, triangles, hexagons, and more, may be easily created with the polygon tool. From the property inspector panel in Adobe XD, you may change the number of sides a polygon has and tweak the corner roundness.
Any flat shape enclosed by straight lines is referred to be a polygon. A regular polygon is one that may be inscribed in or circumscribed around a circle because it has equal angles and sides. Regular polygons with any number of sides are drawn using the AutoCAD Polygon tool.
Regular and irregular polygons are the two major forms of polygons. A regular polygon has sides of equal length and angles between them. Any other polygon is an irregular polygon, which has unequal length sides and angles between them by definition.
Trapezoids are all quadrilaterals since they have four sides.
A non-convex polygon is called a concave polygon. A star polygon is an example of a non-simple (self-intersecting) polygon. A concave polygon must have at least four sides to be considered concave.