Our neon paints are fluorescent and will glow when exposed to a UV-Blacklight. These same pigments make the colors bright neon under normal lighting conditions.
The pigments used in making fluorescent paints have their own unique qualities. The paints will seem grainy and have a tendency to separate from the oil. Painting overly thick layers will result in a powdery texture that will take a long time to dry and may crack if touched.
As with all Gapka paints, we believe the only ingredients should be pigment and oil. We leave the addition of mediums to manipulate the paint to you, the artist.
Fluorescent colors are not colorfast by their nature. Humidity, temperature, and light exposure will affect the duration of the fluorescent properties and brightness of the paint in daylight.
4 - (1=Opaque - 4=Transparent)
Note: Actual product color may vary from the images shown. Every monitor or mobile display has a different capability to display colors, and every individual may see these colors differently. In addition, lighting conditions at the time the photo was taken can also affect an image's color.
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Will purchase again!
I have had a very hard time finding neon oil paint in the past, so much so I gave up. That's until I came across gapka neon oil paint. So I of course had to order it! The color pay off is great, and it is a true neon paint. The consistency is alittle runny, but it does not take away from the color payoff. I Definitely will be purchasing again!
Add a splash of colour!
Neon Pink is a great colour to add to pump up your pallet and add some ‘pop’ to a painting. I had been looking for a while to find a pink that could deliver and this one did. The consistency is a little thin but when mixed with another opaque like Titanium White, it works well.
This is to date, my favorite pink pigment. It's more liquid in texture, but very pigmented!
A rare and near impossible color to create
True Neon, but Runny
True neon, but the paint is very runny and has to be mixed with titanium white to be used.