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Would appreciate some feedback :3
So, I feel I am a little stuck trying to take this piece up to the level I want it at. I normally do very realistic rendering, recently I have been wanting to practice something more stylized with a looser rendering style to it. My first instinct is that it's too rough and I need to go in and render things out more, smooth transitions between the build up of colour layers, etc. I am also worried that certain things are just looking sloppy and not necessarily "stylized". And I am not sure if Zarya's weapon on the table is reading properly as having the points of contact that are holding it up being the front portion and the handle, and looking more like it's floating...
I don't know! Any and all constructive critiques are more than welcome on anything you notice!