I find I have to stick with a particular form for a while to figure out some of the nuances that make the piece satisfy me. Watching the students at school their progress seems to roar. Mine after so many decades is more subtle and goes in small blimps. So I repeated the ewers today and made improvements to the foot and wanted to show you the difference between the stamp and the roulette's. I have yet to throw thick enough to get a good impression in the clay with the roulette's. Perhaps it's just a matter of timing. I trimmed the flat disk feet which makes me happier as I like a finished foot. We are planning a wood firing at the school so I hope to get 2 or 3 gooduns in the kiln. The saucer foot is a great receptacle for a ash deposit on the run.