Leaks show that the Paint App has a new version to match the revised features of Microsoft 10. The most impressive new options are related to 3D drawing. Other tools have been added too, and this is just the beginning. The details on the Paint App were provided by a presentation video, which wasn’t supposed to be released yet.
The video shows that there are several new options with the Paint app. First and foremost, there is the 3D option. Through a simple click or touch, users are allowed to create 3D drawings. They also have the possibility of adding 2D elements, as well as stickers.
It seems like Microsoft also thought about the bond between creators. They also have the possibility of using 3D objects created by other users. They simply have to access the community, then pick and download a suitable item.
Colors and shapes which featured the older versions of Paint are also available now. Users can mix the old tools and the new ones in order to improve the quality of their work, which is the developers’ aim.
The updated Paint App renders personality and credibility to your drawings. They also have the seaming of a collage, as they feature different elements mixed. One thing is for sure: users will be extremely excited about this new Paint version.
Another advantage brought by modern technology is that now devices feature the touch screen and pen technology. 3D pens help you draw realistic details. You can also move your 3D objects in and out of your canvas. A series of small operations help you put together different objects and create a scene or an elaborated item.
The new Paint app also gives you the possibility of checking your 3D drawing from various angles. You can rotate it, view it from above or behind in order to check accuracy.
For the time being, specialists estimate that there are two possible plans for the new Paint App. It could be released as an application standing on its own or as a part of the Microsoft 10 package. The decision is up to developers.
Microsoft will be hosting an official event soon. It is due to October 26, and it is believed that this is the date when more information will be officially released. Details on Windows 10 will be unveiled, and the Paint App could be one of the points in the list. Are you excited about the release?
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