I didn't know about the spray tool so I'll remember that for next time. I appreciate everything you had to say about this and I will continue to do pixel art in pursuit of my happiness along with furthering my skill. Thank you for commenting and spending time analyzing my picture. I wish you the best.
This is very much in style of Giorgio Morandi. Much more than in "pixel art style". The edge of the table is jaggy, you use spray tool which is a pixel art "no no", you have an absolute disregard to AA, which would be a must at least on the can's curves, the boundaries between the shading levels are random, and should be dithered or stylised and even straight vertical would look better in terms of pixel art. Also the perspective is off but this could be intentional. Good thing is that I see some attempt and palette control. You didn't use gradient but tried to separate several colours to render your can, which is good. If you use this tool you will see that there are some colours used accidentally, for only few pixels, and the piece contains a lot of very similar colours, which should be unified. When you will get more skill you will be using 16 colours for such image (and it will look the same) not 64. And I predict you will get more skill, so I accept this to the gallery as your first pixel art. Search pixel art tutorials on basics like jaggies, manual AA and dithering, and show us how you improve with your next piece.
Hehe, you got me with Morandi. I usually find people thinking of him as a boring painter but I love his works. And yes pixel art can make one happy. Very glad that you joined us.