For most people used to 2D image editing Microsoft’s replacement, Paint3 3D, remains a confusing and intimidating application to use.
In a recent update, Microsoft, however, added a feature which should make the application a lot easier to use.
Currently its already easy to view your creation in 3D, but adding elements precisely to previously required a good spacial understanding of the layout of your creation.
Now with editing in Free View, it becomes a lot easier to place and annotate your 3D object, as can be seen in Microsoft’s demo video below.
The feature first became available in January and Microsoft today devoted a full blog post and the above video to it.
While the application is still not the best for quickly cropping a screenshot, I suspect the next generation will find a lot to love in it in the end.
Paint 3D is already installed on your Windows 10 PC or can be found here.
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