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Marks Quick GIMP Tip:

Gimp offers a number of different ways to execute the copy and paste routine. One of the more creative options offered is Gimp's ability to paste clipboard contents as a new brush. It's easy to accomplish. For instance, when I've created a cartoon with a winter scene and need to add more snowflakes (those little round circles in that stand-in for snowflakes in the cartoon world), I simply select one small snowflake and copy it to the clipboard. Then, from the menu, I select Edit>Paste as>New Brush.

The Brush dialog pops up asking me to give my new brush a name. I name the brush and click Okay. The new brush's thumbnail now appears in my brush panel and is ready for use!

­Mark Szorady is a nationally syndicated cartoonist with He blogs at