Re: [Gimp-user] Create/Edit 8x8 pixel sample

On 16.02.2014 13:12, rgx gmx de wrote:
Dear gimp experts,

Hi Ralf,

for a Math lesson on symmetry, I need images
like shown in the screen shot. The image and
then the screenshot was generated with Gimp.

the list drops attachments, but I guess they won't bee needed here.

It is a bit tricky to switch to 8 dpi and

Print size, but make sure that this is what you want - if you set the
ppi value to 8 for a 8 pixel image, you do this because you want it to
be printed 1 inch high and 1 inch wide.

just one bit level (b/w), after all, the

You can index the image to a 1-bit b/w palette, but that won't matter
much until you export. It should also be ok to just paint in black and
white and worry about that later.

pencil tool and the eraser are only working
in specific (even?) positions (high zoom level
approx. 2000%).

Well, you are working at a level where individual pixels are relevant
(that seems to be the point of your lesson).

Isn't there a bit/pixel toggle mode with
pixel grid availabe?

Sure. Check out the View and the Image menus, you can switch the grid
display and behavior there and set it up for your image.

Any further tools to display an axis cross (+)
and a X grid above my sketch?

What about the rulers of the image window?

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