I know those are dangerous stuff, and yes I do have minimal knowledge about tesla coil designs right now, but do you honestly think that a person knows something without starting from zero?
I'm not trying to put you down; it's just that while what you don't know about some things can waste your time, or cost you money, or make you look silly, what you don't know about high voltage electricity can kill you or someone else, and with Tesla coils high frequency discharges (streamers) can cause RF burns (very bad!), can arc to an exposed 110v or HV transformer terminal (and then to you!), or destroy all the electronics in your house, (what will your parents or their insurers say about that?) ignite gasoline in your garage, start a fire, and so on. They are VERY noisy. They produce X-rays. There is legal stuff to consider. You need to be knowledgeable, careful, methodical and alert before you even start. If you try to learn "on the job" you could get bitten. Badly. You may know all this already, in which case I apologise, but it worries me that you are asking about coiling on a general purpose forum like this where any ignorant schmuck can come in and tell you all kinds of bullshit. There are specialist coilers forums where you can read and learn a great deal. Google will find you plenty, here's just one (you should research widely!)
This is a good site
This is a very good safety page (I suggest you read this one. The tone and attitude it contains indicates how seriously you should be taking this):