By now, everyone’s probably familiar with the costume idea: The Joker, a black man, goes around smashing things and blowing stuff up in a suit of armor.

But there’s more to it than that.

For Halloween, you can make him into a costume that is basically Batman’s entire identity.

Here are some tips on how to make one.

What you’ll need:A mask that fits your face, face shape, and heightWhat you can use:The mask.

There are several options for how to get the most out of the Joker costume, and these are the basics.

You can use a mask to make him look like Batman, a costume with a face, or a face shape that fits him.

The face shape will determine the mask’s height, and the mask itself will determine its width.

For this costume, the height of the mask determines the width.

Here are a few examples of face shapes that will work for a Joker mask.

For Batman’s mask, you’ll want to go for a square-shaped face, with the mask being over the eyes and ears.

That will give the mask a little more height, but also make it look a little less like Batman.

For a more rounded look, you might want to opt for a triangle-shaped mask, with one eye visible over the mouth.

If you’re a more modern Batman, you could try to find a face that is too close to his face, and you’ll likely need to make sure that you don’t have too much of a gap between your face and the helmet.

The Joker’s face should be close enough to the mask that you won’t have to worry about him looking too much like Batman on top of it.

Here’s a good trick for finding out which face shape is right for you:Take a picture of yourself wearing the Joker mask and compare it to a photo of yourself in costume.

For example, if you’re wearing a costume made from black plastic, then look at the mask and see if there’s any difference in how it looks on you versus someone else wearing the same mask.

If there’s a difference, that means that you should probably wear the mask with a mask that has a bigger gap between the face and your face.

If you don, you probably won’t be able to wear the costume, so take a second to make the face shape look more realistic.