Here's how it works. It's so simple I was astonished at how slow I was at discovering this.
- Make a KiCad project.
- Build a circuit in Eeschema.
- Assign the footprints to the components, making sure to only use
footprints that have pin spacing which are multiples of 2.54mm (common breadboard hole spacing).
- Go to Pcbnew and import the netlist.
- Set the grid to 2.54mm (100mils).
- Place and wire up the components, while trying to only use one copper
layer and avoiding chamfered tracks. (other copper layers may be used for wire links that are insulated or on the other side of the board)
- Export the circuit as PNG.
- Scan your breadboard.
- Put the circuit on top of the scanned image.
- Print it out. That's it! Now go and replicate what you see on the breadboard.