C R (caj...@gmail.com) wrote:
> > C R (caj...@gmail.com) wrote:
> > > A pixel brush seems like an adequate replacement for that functionality.
> >
> > Again, no.
> >
> > Try working with a pixel brush in a bigger magnification and check how
> > the pixel-grid-snapping of the pencil tool makes a huge difference to
> > the paintbrush.
> If there's no anti-aliasing on the pixel brush, please explain how it would
> differ from the behaviour of the pencil tool.
> I think you'll find it wouldn't. :)

Have you actually tried to do what I outlined above?

The paintbrush tool resamples the brush when the pixel grid of the brush
is not perfectly aligned to the pixel grid of the image.

A perfect non-antialiased 1 pixel brush typically gets spread across
four adjacent pixels in the image, assuming you're working with a high
zoom level and don't specifically align the brush to the pixel grid of
the image.

The pencil tool doesn't do that.

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