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  • Writer's pictureLuke Nyswonger

Exploring Microsoft Paint's New DALL·E 3 Feature

Microsoft Paint has added a DALL·E 3 AI integration, and it's pretty cool. It reminds me a lot of how we used ChatGPT and DALL·E 3 for creating unique beer labels, like I discussed in a previous article: Create Beer Labels Using ChatGPT and DALL·E 3 (homebrewing.ai)

AI generated beer rendered within Microsoft Paint
AI generated beer rendered within Microsoft Paint

Getting started with this feature is a breeze. Just open Paint, hit the "Cocreator" button, and describe what image you want. The AI, powered by DALL·E 3, will generate an image based on your description. I've found that the results are generally quite good and in line with what you ask for. However, it's worth noting that the text outputs from image generation in both ChatGPT and Bing Image Creator seem to be a bit more on point, so keep that in mind for finer details.


If you're new to AI, don't worry. Paint includes a beginner tutorial that makes it easy to get started. It's incredibly user-friendly, even for those who haven't dabbled in AI before.


The creative possibilities with this tool are vast. Whether you're into digital art, conceptual designs, or just looking for new ways to brainstorm ideas for projects, this tool opens up a new realm of creativity. I've experimented with it for some mock-up homebrew labels, and it's quite impressive.


A quick heads-up though: make sure your Paint app is up-to-date. Some users might have to sign up for a waitlist to access this feature, so a little patience might be required.


To wrap it up, the integration of DALL·E 3 into Microsoft Paint is a significant step forward for those interested in AI and creative expression. It's not just about creating art; it's about bringing your imaginative ideas to life in new and exciting ways.


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Cheers! 🍻

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