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I downloaded Blender 2.8 and I wanted do some texture painting. But I noticed that there's only 1 brush in my Blender.

This is Blender 2.8

There was more brushes in Blender 2.79.

This is Blender 2.79

Where are all the brushes gone? I need them.

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The latest builds of Blender now treat each of those brushes as their own tool - so if you are drawing/painting, the default tool is that initial brush TexDraw and you will be able to make multiple versions of it that will now be handled as brushes. This is more in line with Photoshop and other software in that the blur tool, the mask tool, and the smear tool, clone tool, etc. are separate tools with all their own settings and functions. A better design that actually means we have to get used to the new tool paradigm, this also means it will be easier to manage brushes once we have the asset manager. You will be able to select the TexDraw tool and then in the tool properties select an individual brush there.

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Just open the tool menu by pushing U button. then press X button

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