Cool beans. It actually looks like a hand.
A trick I've discovered as a professional graphic designer, by the way. And yes, I've actually done some work that I've gotten paid for. Start all your images at least three or four times bigger than you want the end result to be. If you're using a decent tool, when you scale the image down to it's final size a lot of the little blips and irregularities that you were unable to get rid of in the original gets smoothed out quite nicely in the end result.
Not that this is an excuse to be sloppy mind you.