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Unread 03-02-2014, 12:10 AM   #1
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Scarecrow mask

I'm planning on doing a Scarecrow cosplay, but I'm having a bit of trouble with the mask.
First of all I don't know what type of burlap to use. Is gardening burlap okay to use? or is it too irritating for the skin?
Also does anyone have a tutorial on how to sew it into the mask shape?
The mask I am talking about is from Batman Begins.
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Unread 03-04-2014, 02:30 PM   #2
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I'm in the same boat, but I'm going for more of a classic appearance. There's loads of tutorials out there for the Begins mask (Just like every Joker tut out there focuses on Ledger's performance), so it's a matter of which one you find easiest. It should be rather easy already, as it looks crudely sewn, adding to his scare factor, but honestly I don't think that the burlap would be that irritating. Of course it's a tolerance thing.

Have you Googled any tutorials?
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I'm in the same boat, but I'm going for more of a classic appearance. There's loads of tutorials out there for the Begins mask (Just like every Joker tut out there focuses on Ledger's performance), so it's a matter of which one you find easiest. It should be rather easy already, as it looks crudely sewn, adding to his scare factor, but honestly I don't think that the burlap would be that irritating. Of course it's a tolerance thing.

Have you Googled any tutorials?
actually I did find one on tutorial ( for the Batman Begins version) that I thought would be fairly easy to do ( my level of skill is low, so the easier the better for me)
http://heidiallen.com/mindfire/khhow...row_batman.htm

which version of scarecrow were you planning on?
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My own version of the character, but heavily influenced by the cartoon and his traditional comic look. I'm thinking of having his syringe glove too, but it's not needed.

I actually have two versions in mind: A creepy version and a an original design as if Scarecrow was part of the Adam West Batman.
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