I wouldn't deny that at all; it was a very fun challenge. I think what works most in creating a Scarecrow mask is getting an extra hand and having one person sew a bit while the burlap is still on your had; it makes ALL of the difference when it's specificity is tailored for only your own head.
And Tyler, I've seen your mask before; RDMaul dressed as Bane for Comic Con and I recall you two taking a couple of photos. And it's far more brilliant than mine. LOL A job very well done; I'm curious however, what kind of burlap did you use because it seems to have so much depth. And the way you've created the wrinkles/pleats with the shading is phenomenal! It's the closest I've seen to Murphy's mask.