Doug TenNapel’s Eternal Klay is a collection of NFTs from the creator of Earthworm Jim, the Neverhood and Nickelodeon’s Catscratch. This collection will not stop until we list 10,000 pieces of art to complete the collection. The Horg set consists of 100 works of art sculpted by Doug TenNapel in Van Aken clay and Harbutt’s clay. Every piece contains clay that was used on the original Neverhood game! Every Horg counts as the Horg type within the 5-type collection (ie. Klays, Wils, Klayju, Klotts and Horgs). Horg #10 KremitHorgville doesn’t see too well and he’s pretty indecisive, but he wants to help his Klay friends in their plight. The Klotts have decided to aggravate the Klay anyway they can. Sometimes they’re downright mean to them. KremitHorgville tries to help, and it’s paying off. His eyesight is poor, and his indecisiveness makes his feet get tangled up which causes him to step on or sit on the Klotts which in turn means trips to the medic, casts and bed rest. KremitHorgville is large. In fact, he is as gargantuan as his heart for his friends.
Doug TenNapel started his career with a fine art show in 1989 called "A Beautiful Day in the Neverhood". Later, Doug got into video games with his creation Earthworm Jim. He made a video game called "The Neverhood" and registered the trademark for "The Neverhood" in 1995. (This collection is not the video game.) "Doug TenNapel's Eternal Klay", is a new 10k piece collection of unique Klay beings offered as NFTs. There is a puzzle hidden within this collection! Please come join us on the Eternal Klay Discord to meet fellow collectors and get more info about this new world of art from Doug TenNapel!
Commercial copyright is included with owning the Eternal Klay NFTs you hold. There are limits, and you can't infringe on other copyrights, but you can make tee shirts, put these characters in your own comics and have fun with them.