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.
Numbers may not lie, but neither do they tell the whole truth.
> Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 02:03:33 +0100
> From: ofn...@laposte.net
> To: firstname.lastname@example.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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