In a complement graph, the two vertices, which are formed after reflection of the vertices of the actual graph, are adjacent only if they are not adjacent in the actual graph. In order to make a complement graph H of an actual graph G, one has to fill in all the absent edges and remove the edges of the graph G. It is a highly challenging and technical graph to create which requires a lot of practice and skill, as well as a deep understanding of mathematical conceptions.

There are various kinds of complement graphs like claw free graphs, complete graphs, and self complementary graph. These differ significantly and must be drawn with precision and accuracy in order to create the perfect graph.

Complement graphs must be labeled correctly and the axes must be clearly defined as well. Complement graphs are extremely useful in certain specific areas, and thus, they must be drawn with care and accuracy.

Complement graphs are not the set complement of a graph. They should not be mistaken as such as their properties are very different from those of set complement.

Complement graphs are not easily accessible as they are complex. However, on a deeper understanding of graph theory, complement graphs can be put to a lot of use.