If you are an illustrator, there are two things that are harder to draw than anything else. The first is lettering. Bless you, illustrators, if you have to draw a busy street scene with lots of storefronts full of signs and words. The second is stars. Most illustrators just give up on stars. They are too hard.
I wondered if I could “draw” bad stars in Madeup. My first attempt visits the 10 vertices of a star, five for the points and five for the armpits. In a regular star, these vertices occur exactly 36 degrees apart on a circle’s perimeter. To form an irregular star, I visit these angles but perturb them ever so slightly. I also perturb the radius. Here’s the result:
Click the middle button (Solidify) to generate a new star.