Album Cover Challenge #86 - Starts NOW!

posted October 20th, 2017
Thanks to all those who participated and voted in the last challenge. Thanks also to @summerfield for hosting it.
Now, let's get going on the next round!

Here's how it works:

1) Go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/main_Page and clink on the link for "Random Article" on the top left side of the page. The first random article you get is the name of your musician(s) or band.

2) Next go to the http://www.quotationspage.com and click on "Random Quotes" from the left menu. Go down to the bottom of the page. The last 4 to 6 words of the very last quote is the title of your album.

3) Then find or take a photo that fits your artist and and your album title. You are allowed to edit to your heart's content on this challenge so go for it! You can use any photo processing program of your choice, but the photo(s) must be yours. It does not have to be taken during the time frame of the challenge. This gives you a chance to look through your archives for a suitable shot.

Remember, albums are square, so use a square crop!

4) You can post more than one entry, with the same quote/band, or different.

5) Tag: albumcoverchallenge86
Check out the entries here: http://365project.org/tags/albumcoverchallenge86

6) You are encouraged (but not required) to post your album cover(s) in this discussion thread. This helps keep the discussion visible. To do so, click on the three dots on the bottom right of your post and then copy and paste the embed code on to the comment box below. Your picture will appear in the discussion once you click on "post comment".

7) The challenge starts today, Friday, October 20 and runs until midnight on Friday, November 3, 2017 (as tagged on the site). I will select the finalists and post them for voting shortly thereafter. The winner will have the honor of hosting the next album cover challenge.

Good luck everyone and have fun!
posted October 21st, 2017
Artist: 3 Are Legend
Title: Let us enjoy it

Quote: The whole life of man is but a point of time; let us enjoy it. - Plutarch (46 AD - 120 AD)
posted October 22nd, 2017
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