Hello, @pg261! This is not very elegant solution, but I couldn't find any alternative at the moment. However, I believe this should solve your problem.

The following function updates the plotting options for the edges of a graph:

```
def update_edge_draw_options(g, options):
G = g.graphplot() # convert into a GraphPlot object
# Loop through all the graph's edges:
for edge in G._plot_components['edges']:
opts = edge[0].options() # extract current options for edge
opts.update(options) # update with our custom options
edge[0].set_options(opts) # set the updated options
return G
```

This function is capable of modifying any drawing option for the edges, including `arrowsize`

that determines the head size of the edge. So you could do something like this:

```
g = Graph()
g.add_vertices([1, 2, 5, 9])
g.add_edges([(1,5), (9,2), (2,5), (1,9)])
g = g.to_directed()
G = update_edge_draw_options(g, {'arrowsize':20}) # set the arrow head size to 20 (very large)
G.plot()
```

In theory, you could also write a similar function that deals with vertices, but this is out of the scope of this answer.

I imagine there must be a better/simpler way of doing this, but I don't have much experience with Sage's graph capabilities, and unfortunately I didn't have the time to read all the pieces of code that take care of the drawing layout for a graph. Hopefully, someone can come up with a better/simpler/more elegant solution.

I hope this helps!

Welcome to Ask Sage! Thank you for your question.

maybe look at this graph below and try to change width and radius, tell us if it is what you want or not:

graph with arrows

maybe you can put your code in sagecell.sagemath.org/ and put the link you will get with clicking the share button short temp lnk, then put the link in your message without the 'https://'

oops maybe I'm off topic, and these arrows are integrated into a special graph, sorry if that's the case.;-(