How to create, save and load in, a self-made brush, for sculpting or texturing in Blender.

A short instruction.

How to create, save and load in, a self-made brush, for sculpting or texturing in Blender.

1.How to created a new brush.

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_1-First you need to switch to the Sculpt Mode.
How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_12How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_13– Unlink the data block or click on the plus button to create a new brush

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_14-Give your brush a unique name and start your settings.

2.How to save your  brush.

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_2-Simply save your blend-file, the brush will packed into the brush subfolder

3.How to load in your brush.

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_3– Open a new blend-file, then click on Append, now search for the
blend-file where you have saved your brush into.

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_32-In this case I named the blend-file “My Brush”
How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_33You open the subfolders by clicking on it, choose the brush-folder

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_34-In the brush-folder you will find your brush, click on it

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_35– finally click on the Append from Library button to load your brush into your blend-file

How to created, save and load in a self-made brush in Blender_36-Now you will find your brush with all the settings and textures you have adjusted in the brush selection menu.

So you can start a big self-made brush collection in one blend file for sculpting or texturing in Blender 🙂

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