Kato Polyclay is known for strength and flexibility after curing, as well as its range of colors. All of the Kato clay colors are intermixable, giving you an almost endless array - from bright primaries to soft pastels and everything in between. Kato polymer clay can be stiff to work with at first, but its durability and colorfastness make it worth the effort.
Get inspired by the amazing work of Forest Rogers, start learning how to use Kato polyclay with Ginger at the Blue Bottle Tree, or check out this great overview (with some handy conditioning tips!) from Jessama Tutorials.