read up on the clone tool.
It is what I use.
You have to do it by hand .... but this seems
to product the best results IMHO.

Note: red eye removal has been on the list before
A quick look at my personal backup of the list
reveils a thread on 
Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 13:41:24 -0700

On Mon, Jan 22, 2001 at 04:36:18PM -0500, Tom Cooper wrote:
> I looked on the mailing list archives, and must confess that I don't
> understand how to go about this.
> The suggestion for 'colormap rotation' was not available, (greyed-out on
> my installation of 1.126) and the suggestion to use the dodge/burn tool
> isn't clear enough about how to do this.  I looked in the reference
> manual, and cannot find information about dodge/burn.
> I know using the Gimp to remove redeye from a photo is like using an 18
> wheeler to move a single 2x4 across the street, but I'd like to be able
> to do it.
> Can someone please explain to me how to accomplish this?  When it comes
> to the Gimp, I'm a bear of very little brain.
> Thanks for the assistance.
> Regards,
> Tom Cooper
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