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Dark Knight

Posted on Wednesday, October 19th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

Me and Matthew are thinking about dressing up as Batman and Robin for Halloween (or Lite Nite really). We are going for the uber-geek, but poor college kid look.

Here is a concept sketch of my costume. Rubbermaid gloves, Wal-Mart Batman mask, and blue jeans and kicks to finish it off. It should be a lot fun.

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