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I want to talk about the yellow neon aesthetic. Not all neons are yellow, it’s just that I see a lot of people online who are using the same two or three neon colours on their blogs and I’m like “hey! you need more than these few colours”.For those of you who don’t know what yellow neon aesthetic is, it’s the use of bright yellows and oranges in a design. It has very high contrast and can look great with black text in a white background. A lot of people also use this with pops of red which balances out the sweetness for some designs.
No, neon colours are an equal mix of red, green and blue. There are definitely colours that are closer to orange or yellow than others, but neon colours have a base colour as well as a contrast colour, so no neon is 100% yellow.
Neon colours are simply defined as bright vibrant light-up colours. Technically speaking, Yellow Neon Aesthetics is a human-made phenomenon rather than an actual neon colour, so to be more precise it is a yellow-green colour.
Here’s the simple answer: anything with red, green and blue. However not all of those colours need to be visible in the finished design. For example, if you were designing a sign for a storefront window, you could make all your Yellow Neon Aesthetics materials the same orange or yellow colour but then turn the orange or yellow back into white light by turning it off and on again.
Yes, because you don’t want to be too predictable or dull. No, because if you are designing a neon sign for a display in a store (like roleplaying or collectible card games) then it’s important to break up the orange and yellow so that it doesn’t look uniform. A little separation is enough to keep people from getting bored but not so much that they get confused or distracted. Of course it’s also good to have a balance in terms of the amount of time each colour is on instead of going completely black, white and then back again.
Yes, of course.
Hot pink, orange, purple and green also work well.
Neon colours can be used in combination with each other but they need to be balanced out so that it doesn’t become too repetitive or boring. If you only use two colours then it’s very hard to make a Yellow Neon Aesthetics colour scheme because of how much variation you need to make your design interesting.
To conclude, Yellow Neon Aesthetics colours can be used in many different ways and I hope that you can use this information to create cool designs. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment.