Below is a picture of some of my sculpting tools.
Starting far left to right.
1. Stainless Steel Sculpting/Modeling Tools. I find these listed for ceramics, pottery, jewelry wax, etc. Some of them are also shaped like dental tools. I have had these for years.
2. Wire Loop and Ribbon Tools. I like using these for softer materials. It bends if you try using it on hard materials.
3. Sculpey Clay Tool Starter Set. I use the ball sides more often than the rubber tips.
4. Wooden Handle Stylus. I think I bought this one from Joanns in the scrapbooking section. It was listed as an engraver? I use this one most of all my ball point tools.
5. Fiskars Embossing Tool? I think I found this at Joanns in the scrapbooking section as well.
6. Ceramics Tool? I got this from ceramics class so not sure the exact name of it. I use this the most when working with my carving wax. I just love this tool.
7. Colour Shapers, Mini Firm. I bought these from DickBlick.com. I use these a lot when working on polymer clays. I do use these with my carving wax, but differently than I do with Polymer clays. I want more of these with different firmness and sizes.
8. Wood Carving Tools. Seems odd, but these work out great for various applications. I can carve wax, y2klay, and even lightly baked polymer clays.
I also recently got a Dremel Carving and Engraving Kit for Christmas that I haven't tried out yet.