I made this image last week for an FISVoice newsletter article about financial advisors dealing with stressed-out clients. The big hand represents the advisor and has arrived just after its client has jumped up and clung to the chandelier. The client is welcoming this helping hand by placing his hand in it and mimicking its orientation. The client has a subtle smile.
This was an opportunity to reuse my chandelier drawing
from House of Hope
, also used in my Kal Penn portrait
as a background pattern.
The final went through a few revisions, ending up in a slightly better spot. I actually prefer the one above, which was the third version. The client (my client, the AD) opted for the white chandelier with dark blue line work.
Below are the six versions of the final along with the sketch.