Incense Smoker

13 rows, 20 cells (11 cells without indentation)

By Thomas Schinköth, 2021

braille incense smoker

The braille drawing is placed in the middle of the sheet. To left-justify it, leave out 9 spaces at the beginning of each row.

Here we go!

Row 1:
space 13 times, capital sign, apostrophe
Row 2:
space 12 times, dots 56, a, dot 4, semicolon
Row 3:
space 11 times, capital sign, h, colon 2 times, j, apostrophe
Row 4:
space 11 times, dot 4, semicolon, e, i, dots 56, a
Row 5:
space 10 times, IN, c, TH, dots 45, b, p, c, EN
Row 6:
space 9 times, dots 456, space, l, dots 45, apostrophe, capital sign, b, dots 456, space, l
Row 7:
space 9 times, dots 456, space, l, space, e, i, space, dots 456, space, l
Row 8:
space 9 times, dots 456, space, l, space 4 times, dots 456, space, l
Row 9:
space 9 times, dots 456, space, OF, colon, full stop, exclamation mark, colon, WITH, space, l
Row 10:
space 9 times, dot 4, g, TH, space, dots 456, l, space, p, g, l
Row 11:
space 11 times, dots 45, hyphen, AR, GH, hyphen, b, p, m, l
Row 12:
space 12 times, l 2 times, dots 456 2 times, space, v 2 times, l
Row 13:
space 11 times, AND, x 4 times, y

Description of the Drawing

Incense smokers are available in various designs. This braille drawing is based on a night watchman. The figure is shown in frontal view. The legs are standing on a base. The arms are pointing downwards and the hands are also included as part of the drawing. When they are made, their hands are usually spherical. The lantern, which he is holding in one hand (on the right in the braille drawing), is characteristic of the night watchman. The hat is just as typical. Both eyes are hinted at on the face, as are nose and mouth (which serves as an opening for the smoke). A long beard can be felt towards its upper body.

This braille drawing was originally created for the non-profit organisation einfach machbar e. V. during the project “Blind Children Draw Pictures – Drawing with Letters” financed by the charity Aktion Mensch.

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