Don't worry, I'm not selling anything. Just giving a shoutout to one of my open-source side projects:
I created a programming language for beginners and am looking for people to test it out. If you have a spare moment (particularly if you haven't programmed before) and you're interested in making 2D games, please check it out.
Home > MSPaint Tutorials
These are written for the classical versions mspaint (Windows 95 through XP) but are generally still somewhat applicable to modern versions (Windows 10 as of the time of this writing) although later versions are generally missing numerous features and are much slower. I have a convenient download for the Windows XP version of mspaint if you're in the mood for downloading .exe files from a website that uses Times New Roman and table layouts.