The form and shading of the subject are very well done, lending an realistic texture to the barbs biting into the taut skin - just staring close enough can make you wince. The way the painful looking barbs are incongruous with her smile create an unsettling, otherworldly feel to her, enhanced by her glowing eyes, and how she floats weightlessly in the darkness, mane and tail drifting serenely about her.
Her relaxed and confident posture adds to this, as her barbed wire wings hang in a resting position and her mane and tail glow softly with pastel colours. She doesn't even bother turning around fully, but grins after only turning one eye towards the viewer. The tension between her relaxed body language and predatory grin evokes dread in the viewer, instinctively recognising a powerful creature that can easily overpower them on a whim.
The choice of purple as the background is equally apt. As a colour associated with both royalty and poison, it exudes an atmosphere of power and danger.
However, I feel that flatness of the mane and tail clash a little with the 3D texture that the shading gives to the main body. The flat colouring makes it feel as though they, like the wires in the corners, are more a part of the background than the main subject of the piece.
Overall a hauntingly beautiful piece that simultaneously entices the viewer and evokes unease, doing a great job of conveveying its creepy atmosphere.