\documentclass[]{article} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{calc} % From https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/308849/draw-regular-pentagon-in-tikz \begin{document} \newcommand{\downpent}[2][blue!50!gray,draw=white,thick]% [options], list of direction steps e.g {10/2/1/1} { \coordinate (temp) at (0,0); \foreach \p in {#2} { \foreach \s in \p { \coordinate (temp) at ($(temp)+(\s*36-18:1)$); } \fill[#1] ($(temp)+(54:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(126:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(198:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(270:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(342:0.618)$) -- cycle; \coordinate (temp) at (0,0); } } \newcommand{\uppent}[2][blue!50!gray,draw=white,thick]% [options], list of coordinates e.g {1,2},{1,3},{4,2} { \coordinate (temp) at (0,0); \foreach \p in {#2} { \foreach \s in \p { \coordinate (temp) at ($(temp)+(\s*36-18:1)$); } \fill[#1] ($(temp)+(-54:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(-126:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(-198:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(-270:0.618)$) -- ($(temp)+(-342:0.618)$) -- cycle; \coordinate (temp) at (0,0); } } \begin{tikzpicture} \downpent[orange,draw=white,thick]{{2},{4},{6},{8},{10},{10,1,10}} \uppent[cyan!50!blue,draw=white,thick]{{},{10,1},{10,1,10,3},{10,1,10,1},{10,1,10,9},{10,1,10,7}} \foreach \a [count=\c] in {18,54,...,342} \draw[->,thick] (0,0) -- (\a:1cm) node[label=\a:\c] {}; \end{tikzpicture} \end{document}