Whether a quick drawing, or a days-long piece of art, Paint 3D allows you to share your creative process with others by rewinding, and exporting the entire creation via video. With a simple scrubber-style interface, you can start at the beginning and see each of the steps in your creation, or just back up and work from a spot you may not be happy with.
When you’re finished, you can export the entire step-by-step video to your hard drive, and share it on YouTube or social media.
1. Open Paint 3D and click New to start a new project.
2. Create a work of art, or a scribble. You can use whatever you want, but we need some artwork in order to use the rewind feature. I’m just going to scribble a bit on the page, for demonstration purposes (and because I’m a terrible artist).
3. In the upper right corner, click the clock icon.
4. Move the slider left to rewind your work. From here, you can erase parts you want to redo (scrub to the left and then start where you’d like — it’ll overwrite anything you previously created after that point), or save the video.
5. Click Export as Video to export your entire creative process to share with others.
6. Name the file, and press Save to store it.