The top picture here, in my opinion, with the direct sunlight, favours the lustre glazes more, although the bottom picture is from a much better quality camera. The piece on the left hand side is a very slim vase of sorts, and so would the other one be if it wasn't capped with irregular coils and a small solid ball. The coils and ball were loosely laid on top before firing, and the glazes fused it all together like glue. Given that these were just created on impulse in 20 or so minutes at the end of a class, the results are deemed very satisfactory. There is a pattern emerging in a selection of pieces and now real planned designs can begin to take shape. So far, it has all been rather random and instinctive, which is cool for prototypes, but not for bulk uniformity. There's been hardly any drawing board involved at all, as yet. It's a whole 'bigga-buncha' fun that way, but most of the best human designs in life have an air of preparation and planning about them. As fascinating as the design itself is the process as to how the design is made.