A few weeks ago, we wrote about the painless paint tool, which Microsoft’s Windows 10 Paint 3DS can be used to paint any kind of surface without a brush or tool.

Since then, Microsoft has announced that the tool will soon be available for free, but users can still get the Paint 3ds Paint 2.5, which has a better user interface and support for 3D effects.

The Paint 2 has also been updated with a number of new features, including a new color palette, support for transparency, and the ability to add text and images.

It can also export a 3D model and preview it on the Windows desktop or share it to other platforms, like the Mac.

The most notable new feature is the new Paint 3d mode.

This new mode, which comes with a brand new UI, makes it easy to take photos of any surface, even with the new camera capabilities of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

To do so, just tap and hold on the paint tool and select the layer of paint that you want to create.

Once you select a layer, you can select the desired area to add the image, then tap and drag to the area you want the paint to move to.

You can even set the opacity of the layer to make it easier to see through the paint, and then add text to it using the text field on the bottom right of the tool.

This is great for drawing text, because it makes it easier for your audience to understand what you’re doing.

As mentioned earlier, this Paint 3 mode is the same one that the Windows 7 and 8 versions of Paint have had, so it should work just as well.

There are a few caveats though, like there’s no support for translucent surfaces, and it won’t work on Windows 10 Pro, the Anniversary Update’s new operating system.

However, it’s still pretty great for those looking to paint 3D objects.