"Who you lookin' at?" A fennec fox doodle with exaggerated eyes. Kind of makes it look like a chihuahua. Uses a randomly generated color scheme

Nautilus – another digital doodle using an odd color scheme gleaned and modified from colormind.io. Spent a bit more time than I wanted on this one, but that's okay.

Bee Happy — Things haven't exactly been sunny in the US lately so I thought I'd paint something colorful and cheerful. Painted in casein on Arches cold press watercolor paper.

Vending machine. Never thought I'd paint a bag of chips and a soda can, but here I am. Work-in-progress of a personal piece.

My almost late . Mostly the same as last time except on KDE. I haven't experimented with a global menu much in KDE yet, but I'd like to give that a go sometime in the future.

Managed to find a way to make the clock not be ridiculously stupidly huge, so that's good.

Nonsense

My latest exploration in casein painting this time of a river otter floating in water. River otters as far as I know don't hold their food while floating, but I wanted him to be holding one anyway. Can read more about it on my blog.

dustinwilson.com/blog/nonsense

Another painting in casein on Arches watercolor paper this time of some king penguins. I got the idea to paint this after watching a wildlife documentary which had literally thousands of them grouped together on this small island near Antarctica. I liked the colors and abstract shapes the penguins made when unfocused, so I wanted to see if I could do that in paint.

Last October I was contacted by Frank Foster to illustrate his newest album "The Way it Was" which was released in January. Been waiting to update my website so now can post here. Can read more about it here:

dustinwilson.com/blog/the_way_

I started on this about three weeks ago, but I have been too occupied with other stuff to finish it, so here is a casein painting of a polar bear.

Day 10 This one's probably my weakest one yet, from either year. It's meh, but I'm sharing it anyway. It's a pangolin scale pattern.

Alpaca painted in casein on paper. When practicing on my last one I painted a few other sheets of paper. I decided to paint this on one of them. Kind of looks like it's photobombing haha.

Casein sketch of a clownfish in my new tiny sketchbook. Practicing layering with casein as it seals like acrylic when it dries.

Practice gouache painting done over the weekend of a pink flamingo. Like my practice pieces lately the subject was chosen at random.

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