The kickstart/workbench hand was drawn with an Amiga 1000 in mind with the floppy drive in the front.
What struck me as incredible back in the days when I owned a C64 and was considering buying an Amiga was that Commodore had produced a machine with fantastic graphics, yet when you turn it on you see a pathetic scribble of a deformed hand holding a floppy disk! This is what I saw on most Amigas when they were on display at department stores!
They should have stuck with text messages showing memory/config, etc. then a floppy request message - it would have given a much more professional look instead of the childs drawing of a hand holding a disk.