Wow, your art is amazing. The Last Unicorn is one of my favorite movies. So nostalgic. Love it.
On an unrelated note, your signature confuses me. Jesus never said he would end wicked people, that's actually kind of the opposite of what he said. Sorry, it's probably not my place to ask, I just thought that was a weird thing to say.
This is a gorgeous and very moving picture, and if I'm not careful I could probably find several layers of meaning that aren't really there.
First off, the woman looks fantastic, such a beautiful body, wonderful outfit (very fine work and design, ensemble and pieces); and those huge expressive eyes, pleading, are amazing. Meanwhile the image of the bull holds her tight in the chain and collar — the opposite of the movie, but still the real unicorn even as a woman. She's held fast under the sea, with such intriguing yet vague details to suggest the plants, the bubbles, the currents as her unicorn self swims to save her. Speaking of which, the unicorn's huge eyes reveal the depth of her shock and anger at seeing "herself" imprisoned. Actually worse, since she's imprisoned twice: in the bull's control and also in the human body.
I'm curious why you went with such a skinny body for the unicorn, who's slender even for a Friendship is Magic design. Still, nice touch using the star from her human form's head as the cutie mark.
It's poignant, wondrous, and more than a little bit scary. It's a perfect meeting, and now we only have to wonder what they can do together.