Cockbead will probably be the easiest moulding you will ever make in your shop. it's made using a scratchstock, made from scrap material, if you have the stuff laying around it may take you 5 minutes to make it.
The ogee foot is another story. There 2 ways to make the foot. Saw the profile before mitering the foot or after. I'll try to explain,
Method1. To cut the curve on the outside, profile, can be cut on the table saw then smoothed with scrapers, files, etc. This is done before the miters are cut and even before the curved interior is cut. Once the profile is smoothed out cut the miters, and interior.
Method 2. You'll need a bandsaw with a fairly good open height on the table. I can't remember the correct term.
. Usually a bandsaw with a resaw attachment is a good choice. You need to make a stand to hold the leg up to cut the profile. Search the forum for the Double Dresser i built I posted some pictures on cutting the feet (viewtopic.php?f=39&t=1784
) . You need to miter the feet, Cut the grooves for splines, cut the interior cuts, glue and clamp the legs. mark the profile on the ends of the stock, clamp to the platform, saw to the line. Reclamp and carefully follow the profile line. There is a line showing where the miter is located on the profile. Scrape, file, and sand.