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I just downloaded blender 2.75a. I'm halfway through my first character creation and decided to try out the F Brush tool. I've seen quite a lot of folks using the tool. I do not have this tool. I've looked for the addon...with no results.

Where can I find a download for it? I would really appreciate it as I am still learning. I don't want to settle with sculptdraw.

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The Brush preset and a few others were removed in 2.73 because they were essentially the same as other presets:

Some brushes really do the same thing and we have agreed not to offer extra presets for one brush type. Removed those brushes from default .blend. They are Polish (Flatten Contrast does the same), Brush (Does the same as draw) and Draw from texpaint (where texdraw/draw does the same)


Also note that the "F" is not part of the brush's name, but rather indicates that it has a Fake User.

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  • $\begingroup$ I realise that it is supposed to be there by default although it's not. This would be the 3rd time I have installed blender but I do not have the brush. I also know that F is not part of the name but as my cousin calls it "F Brush" or "F Crease" maybe someone else may also call it that. Looking at what this picture has I also do not have polish either. $\endgroup$ – Corey Matthews Jul 26 '15 at 20:16
  • $\begingroup$ @CoreyMatthews Ah, my mistake. Looks like they were removed in 2.73, at least they were there in 2.72. Anyway, there was a lot of redundancy between brushes and it's likely this was cleaned up at some point. I don't have time at the moment, but later I'll look around and see if I can find the exact reason they were removed. $\endgroup$ – gandalf3 Jul 26 '15 at 20:23
  • $\begingroup$ Thank you for taking the time to respond to this question cause I was really stumped. I figured that might be it. From what I've read up was that some couldn't really see a difference between the brushes. Anywho...there are always other ways around things. I just had to play around til I got the results I needed. Again thank you for taking the time. $\endgroup$ – Corey Matthews Jul 26 '15 at 20:28

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