Photoshop: use the pen tool without anti-aliasing?
I'm building some "8-bit" style sprites in Photoshop, and using the pen tool so that I can scale them for different resolutions.
The problem is that they are coming out anti-aliased, which I don't want. Is there a way to turn off anti-aliasing with the Photoshop pen tool?
Once you have created each shape (I assume that's what you're doing -- if not, that's how you should do this so you can see what you're doing) and scaled to taste, select its path using the Path Selection Tool (black arrow version).
Create a new, empty layer and Paste. You now have a duplicate of the path on a new raster layer and can hide the vector (shape) layer.
From the Paths panel flyout, select either "Fill Path" or "Stroke Path" and clear the "Anti-alias" checkbox.