Yesterday, I introduced you to Windows 10’s new 3D image editor, Paint 3D. Click here to read part 1.
Today, we’ll check out some of the new 3D features of the program. Let’s click on 3D shapes at the top.
You can choose between freehand doodling, 3D models of people and animals or 3D objects like squares and spheres.
You can choose your preferred colors and textures.
Here’s the fun thing about a 3D shape.
Because the objects are 3D, you can rotate them.
In any direction you want.
No special skill is required. You can even turn 2D shapes into 3D.
Tomorrow, we’ll finish off our first look by checking out the text options.