GIMP 2.8 should still include a 1x1 square brush by default ... just make sure 
to set your pencil tool's brush size to 1, then you can paint individual pixels.

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> Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 02:03:33 +0100
> From: ofn...@laposte.net
> To: gimp-user-list@gnome.org
> Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] creating immage (gif) by drawing at the pixel level.
> 
> On 11/14/2012 10:37 PM, Confused_0 wrote:
> > Hi, :-)
> >   
> > I am using Gimp 2.8.0 but only understand about 5% or less of it. (It is
> > running on Win.7 Hm. Prm., Vsn 6.1, Sp-1.)
> >   
> > How can I define or adjust the pencil tool so it draws at the one pixel
> > size in a new ".gif" work area. (That would be one pixel in the image to one
> > pixel on the screen.) I found how to define the work area in pixels for a
> > ".gif". The predefined pencil tool sizes (chosen by assorted dots) "went 
> > away"
> > several versions of Gimp back as far as I know.
> >   
> > Please would someone direct me to where the answer can be located. I am not
> > a graphic artist or a photographer so please use non-technical english.
> >   
> > The object of this effort is to produce "TrainGifs" for use in other
> > applications. Should you be interested just Google "TrainGifs" and you will 
> > be
> > able to check out multiple site for this hobby.
> >   
> >       
> 
> Create a 1x1 pixel image in grayscale mode. Fill with black. Save/Export 
> as .GBR in your brushes folder.
> 
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