The idea behind it was a little abstract in its own right, and needs a bit of explaining. A boudoir was traditionally the lady of the house's private sitting chambers. More of a product of the Victorian Era, it included things like her mirrors, her dressers, or was sometimes the room in the house all to herself where she could get away and not be anyone other than herself. In this case, I have turned the concept to the private feelings about each of my set of Mewthrees inherent flaws, whether towards themselves, or in the belief that it rests with others (which in the case of Mewblade and her siblings, the blame is shifted from the individual to her instead, even though the fault doesn't lie with her).
This is the fourth image of the seven, with my Mewthree, Demisewan and her big sister, Mewblade. Truthfully, Demisewan does not blame all her problems on Mewblade, she just has such a possessive attitude when it comes to her kin, that if anyone does hurt them then she will blame that individual tenfold. Mewblade is no exception, having slaughtered the only family Demisewan really knew, and of course, she will pay for it dearly. In her little room, that blackened pit in Demisewan's soul, she spends her time internalizing how much she wishes she could bring suffering onto anyone who dares cross her.
All of the images have the exact same background of rich colors and fancy patterns and textures. Something I like indulging in. Busy, rich and a show of my asinine eye for detail. Debated on individualizing the backgrounds a bit, but decided against so I could keep the theme the same.
For Demisewan, while strangling Mewblade is a pointless activity (Demisewan is physically weak and Mewblade doesn't need to breathe) it is a very intimate yet extremely malicious form of an embrace, aiming to make an obvious physical connection that she really, really does not like her older sister. Of the cluster of poses from the set, this is my favorite by far. As for any other remarks, I know that Demisewan is small, but crossing her as Mewblade did set Demisewan off in such a torrential rage that frankly, she is more dangerous in combat than most of my characters. Hidden potential that is thankfully locked in the closet most of the time. I like Demisewan sweet, not a hissing ball of fury.