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Polygon   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Polygon[{pt_1, pt_2, ...}] is a graphics primitive that represents a filled polygon. Polygon[{{pt_11, pt_12, ...}, {pt_21, ...}, ...}] represents a collection of polygons.
Polygons   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides unified graphics support for 2D and 3D polygons, allowing all standard Mathematica colors and transparency to be used for both faces and edges, as well ...
Rectangle   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Rectangle[{x_min, y_min}, {x_max, y_max}] is a two-dimensional graphics primitive that represents a filled rectangle, oriented parallel to the axes. Rectangle[{x_min, y_min}] ...
EdgeForm   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
EdgeForm[g] is a graphics directive which specifies that edges of polygons and other filled graphics objects are to be drawn using the graphics directive or list of ...
VertexNormals   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
VertexNormals is an option for graphics primitives which specifies the normal directions to assign to 3D vertices.
GraphicsComplex   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GraphicsComplex[{pt_1, pt_2, ...}, data] represents a graphics complex in which coordinates given as integers i in graphics primitives in data are taken to be pt_i.
Three-Dimensional Graphics Primitives   (Mathematica Tutorial)
One of the most powerful aspects of graphics in Mathematica is the availability of three-dimensional as well as two-dimensional graphics primitives. By combining ...
Two-Dimensional Graphics Elements   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Basic two-dimensional graphics elements. Here is a line primitive. This shows the line as a two-dimensional graphics object.
3D Geometry & Modeling Formats   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica supports import and export of 3D geometry from all standard formats—with its symbolic representation of 3D objects allowing immediate faithful interchange.
Drawing Tools   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Type Ctrl+DynamicBox[If[\$OperatingSystem === MacOSX, T, D], ImageSizeCache -> {10., {0., 9.}}] or choose Graphics > Drawing Tools. For more information on each tool, click ...
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