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How-to

How to create braille drawings

Producing braille pictures is very fulfilling and satisfying for both blind children and adults.

Producing braille pictures is very fulfilling and satisfying for both blind children and adults. It gives a real sense of accomplishment to create something artistic that can be shared with sighted family and friends. Creativity comes from within us all, not from our vision or lack thereof.

Download from a selection of braille drawings below, but for even more instructions and inspiration, check out Drawing with your Perkins Brailler. Our goal is to empower others to create pictures and share them with the larger blindness community.

Braille drawing instructions (.doc)

Braille ready formats (.brf)

Visit Paths to Literacy to get more ideas on how to create your own braille drawings!

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