- /b <number>
This command changes the brush size,the variable <number> is the radius of your brush.
- /b <brush type> (p <performertype>)
This command is the one you will mainly use, <brush type> selects which brush you use and <performertype> sets a specific performer, more information on performer's down below.
- /b <brush type> smooth
This toggles if your brush is "smooth" this means that it switches between no one block extrusions.
- /u (<number>)
This command undo's the last action done, it has a max limit of 20 actions. The variable <number> specifies how many steps are undone.
This is one of the most basic brushes, it is a sphere.
This brush will smooth terrain in a sphere radius, although it seems a great brush it can be easily overused.
This brush will smooth terrain in a flat horizontal disc.
This brush will mix blocks in a blob like fasion, this means clusters of material.
This brush is similar to blendball, however it blends in a cube shape.
This brush is similar to the blendball brush, however it blends in a flat square.
Thisbrush is similar to the ball brush, however it places a cylinder.