Want to be inspired?
Here are some pieces which may interest you.
French chic is always so simple and elegant - this piece by cacofim shows how one can produce something without that much skill as long as you finish it well (which of course is the skill!).
This lentel bead by Dominika Haladova is made with Ink and fimo
Have you learned how to knit with polymer clay yet? You can learn from Claire wallis here or here and then do something exciting like these pears by angela Barenhoitz
Jill Palumbo does the most beautiful textured pieces - texturing and painting is an art form in its own right.
Carine's work is immaculate - a fascinating use of colour and of skinner blends.
If you want to play with 'inchies' Chris Kapono of Mandarin Moon has some lovely examples plus lots of other ideas on her website
A great example of inspiration coming from other people's ideas. Eva Ehmeierr produced this lovey brooch as a result of having learned to make the components from Christine Dumont
How inventive one can be with polymer clay - look at this lovely piece by Alkhymeia
Jon Stuart Anderson is a quite brilliant exponent of combining canes