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Mudpie is a work in progress, a project of drawings and paintings representing Yellowstone National Park as it might have appeared over the 2 million year span of the Pleistocene. The recent geologic history of Yellowstone is marked by repeated episodes of glaciation, volcanism, geothermal alteration and post-glacial flooding. The theme of Mudpie is to depict such events, as they might have been seen subjectively, if a little informed, with some inclusion of the Pleistocene flora and fauna. Some of the approach, tools and resources are noted here.