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Paint 3D for iPad: A Powerful and Intuitive 3D Painting App


How to Download and Use Paint 3D on Your iPad




Paint 3D is a tool that allows you to create 2D or 3D models with ease and fun. It is a revamped version of the classic Microsoft Paint app that comes with Windows 10 Creators Update. If you have an iPad and want to try Paint 3D, you might be wondering how to download and use it on your device. In this article, we will show you how to do that in a few simple steps.




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What is Paint 3D and why you should try it




Paint 3D is a tool that lets you unleash your creativity and imagination. You can draw, paint, sculpt, and create in 3D using an approach similar to 2D paint programs. You can also use templates, stickers, textures, effects, and lighting to enhance your models. You can export your models as images, videos, or USDZ or OBJ files for professional use. You can also share your models online or view them in augmented reality (AR).


Paint 3D features and benefits




Some of the features and benefits of Paint 3D are:


  • Canvas: A white canvas where you can work on your models. You can also set a two-tone background or use a photo as a canvas.



  • 3D Object Creation: You can create 3D models from scratch or use the built-in library of shapes, people, animals, text, and doodles.



  • Windows Shortcuts: You can use familiar Windows shortcuts like Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+Z, etc. to perform actions.



  • Text Support: You can add text to your models and give them a 3D effect.



  • 2D Stickers: You can add stickers to your models and make them wrap around the surface.



  • Textures: You can add textures to your models and make them look realistic.



  • 3D Doodle: You can create 3D doodles by drawing freehand or using shapes.



  • Export Video: You can export your models as videos with different angles and effects.



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  • [Procreate](^1^): A powerful and popular app for digital painting and illustration. It supports layers, brushes, adjustments, effects, animation, and more.



  • [Draw and Paint 3D](^2^): A simple app for symmetric drawing, painting, and stencil art in 3D.



  • [SketchUp](^8^): A freemium app for creating and editing 3D models. It has a large library of models, materials, and scenes.



[My How to download Paint 3D on your iPad




Paint 3D is not available as a standalone app for iPad. However, you can still use it on your iPad by connecting it to your Windows PC via Remote Desktop. Remote Desktop is a feature that allows you to access and control your PC from another device. To use Paint 3D on your iPad, you will need the following:


  • A Windows PC with Windows 10 Creators Update or later installed.



  • An iPad with iOS 10 or later installed.



  • A USB cable or Wi-Fi connection to connect your iPad to your PC.



  • The Remote Desktop app on your iPad. You can download it for free from the [App Store].



Once you have everything ready, follow these steps to download and use Paint 3D on your iPad:


Step 1: Install Windows 10 Creators Update on your PC




If you don't have Windows 10 Creators Update or later on your PC, you will need to update it first. To do that, go to [Settings] > [Update & Security] > [Windows Update] and check for updates. If you see the Windows 10 Creators Update available, click on [Download and install]. This may take some time depending on your internet speed and PC performance.


Step 2: Connect your iPad to your PC via USB or Wi-Fi




You can connect your iPad to your PC either via a USB cable or a Wi-Fi network. If you use a USB cable, make sure you have [iTunes] installed on your PC and trust your iPad when prompted. If you use a Wi-Fi network, make sure both devices are connected to the same network and have internet access.


Step 3: Launch Paint 3D on your PC and enable remote access




To launch Paint 3D on your PC, go to [Start] > [All apps] > [Paint 3D]. Alternatively, you can type "Paint 3D" in the search box and click on the app icon. Once Paint 3D is open, go to [Menu] > [Settings] > [Remote Access]. Turn on the toggle for "Allow remote access to this app" and click on [Apply].


Step 4: Open the Remote Desktop app on your iPad and connect to your PC




To open the Remote Desktop app on your iPad, tap on the app icon on your home screen. If you don't have the app, you can download it for free from the [App Store]. Once the app is open, tap on the [Add button] and select [Desktop]. Enter the name or IP address of your PC and tap on [Save]. Then, tap on the desktop name and enter your PC username and password. Tap on [Done] and then tap on [Connect].


Step 5: Enjoy Paint 3D on your iPad




Once you are connected, you will see the Paint 3D app running on your iPad screen. You can use touch gestures or a stylus to interact with the app. You can also use the keyboard and mouse icons at the bottom of the screen to access those input methods. To disconnect from your PC, tap on the X icon at the top of the screen. How to use Paint 3D on your iPad




Now that you have Paint 3D on your iPad, you can start creating amazing 3D models with ease and fun. Here are some tips on how to use Paint 3D on your iPad:


Create 2D or 3D models from scratch or templates




To create a new model, tap on the [New] button at the top of the screen. You can choose to start with a blank canvas or use one of the templates available. You can also import an image or a 3D model from your device or online sources. To create a 2D model, you can use the [Brushes], [Shapes], [Fill], and [Eraser] tools at the top of the screen. To create a 3D model, you can use the [3D Shapes], [3D Doodle], [Text], and [Stickers] tools at the bottom of the screen.


Add text, stickers, textures, and effects to your models




To add text to your models, tap on the [Text] tool and type your text. You can change the font, size, color, and alignment of your text. You can also give your text a 3D effect by tapping on the [3D] button. To add stickers to your models, tap on the [Stickers] tool and choose from the categories available. You can resize, rotate, and move your stickers around your models. You can also make them wrap around the surface of your models by tapping on the [Stamp] button. To add textures to your models, tap on the [Textures] tool and choose from the categories available. You can apply textures to any part of your models by tapping on them. You can also adjust the transparency and intensity of your textures by using the sliders. To add effects to your models, tap on the [Effects] tool and choose from the categories available. You can apply effects such as lighting, shadows, depth of field, bloom, etc. to your models by tapping on them.


Rotate, transform, and align your models in 3D space




To rotate your models in 3D space, use two fingers to pinch or twist on the screen. You can also use the [Rotate] tool at the bottom of the screen to rotate your models along different axes. To transform your models in 3D space, use one finger to drag or resize them on the screen. You can also use the [Transform] tool at the bottom of the screen to scale, skew, or flip your models along different axes. To align your models in 3D space, use the [Align] tool at the b


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