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After clicking to try and paint, I see the missing texture error warning.

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Blender Guru's video helps explain it. https://youtu.be/nht2RoYBUfA?t=212

I know 10 images may seem excessive, but I know a lot of new people may get lost and would need it.

  1. First, create a new image or open an old one. (I will create a new one) First, create a new image or open an old one. (I will create a new one)
  2. Create the image. (mine's name will be "Untitled") Create the image. (it's name will be "Untitled")
  3. You would get a black image. You would get a black image.
  4. But you still can't paint. That's because the image isn't connected to the texture of the model. But you still can't paint. That's because the image isn't connected to the texture of the model.
  5. Go to "Shading" from the top bar. Go to "Shading" from the top bar.
  6. Add a new image texture. (Add>Texture>Image Texture) Add a new image texture. (Add>Texture>Image Texture)
  7. Connect the nodes. (Color-Base Color) Connect the nodes. (Color-Base Color)
  8. Press the Image button and choose the image you created or opened before. ("Untitled" in my case) Press the Image button and choose the image you created or opened before. ("Untitled" in my case)
  9. Selected. Selected.
  10. Now you can paint! Now you can paint!
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