One of the first things I was taught was that you can't tell much about a weld until you clean all the slag off so you can look at the actual weld. That material doesn't look as thin as I had thought. I thought it was less than 1/8" you were welding.
I agree with welding man about not setting the machine by what the dial says. The dial can be used to get a repeat setting but only if you're familiar with the machine. I think you were burning a little cold, especially on the downhand but it looks like you have some decent fusion. 6010/6011 fillet welds are often flat or slightly concave just because the nature of the rods.