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I am looking for the default brushes from older Photoshop versions. Where can I get them?

I am particularly interested in brushes 112 and 134 from the screenshot below.

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Yes! it's in by default but just hidden

  • Select Brush by either brush tool or b

  • Right click to open brush manager, on top right corner you'll find little gear.

  • From there select "Legacy Brushes" and boom your brushes will be restored! You can find them in Default Brushes under folder names Legacy brushes.

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You can actually select Windows > Brush Presets

  • Brush Presets Dialog Right click on top corner to select Preset Manager
  • From Preset Manager select your specified brush type 112, 134 and load
  • Loaded brushes will be seen now.

Below screenshot for your reference.

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