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.. reference::
:Mode: Sculpt Mode
:Tool: :menuselection:`Toolbar --> Clay`
Similar to the :doc:`Draw </sculpt_paint/sculpting/tools/draw>` brush,
but includes settings to adjust the :ref:`sculpt plane <bpy.types.Brush.sculpt_plane>`
on which the brush acts. That's because it behaves like a combination of the
:doc:`Flatten </sculpt_paint/sculpting/tools/flatten>` and *Draw* brushes.
This brush is useful for building and removing volumes and shapes like real clay,
because it flattens details as you add/subtract from the surfaces.
If used together with :ref:`Dyntopo <bpy.ops.sculpt.dynamic_topology_toggle>`
it's easy to continuously build shapes, even in a single stroke.
Brush Settings
Slightly higher by default. This makes the profile of the brush more noticeable.
More info at :ref:`Hardness <bpy.types.Brush.hardness>`
Enabled by default for a consistent smoothing effect.
With lower brush strength (for example with lower pen pressure) the smoothing effect will be more noticeable
and can be used to create and then blend/polish shapes in a single stroke.
Enable Pressure to modulate the use of auto-smooth even more with pen inputs.
More info at :ref:`Auto-Smooth <bpy.types.Brush.auto_smooth_factor>`
.. note::
More info at :ref:`sculpt-tool-settings-brush-settings-general` brush settings
and on :ref:`sculpt-tool-settings-brush-settings-advanced` brush settings.