This drawing is of great importance to me. This was the first one that began to move smoothly for me. Here. I started getting a sense of how much time each drawing took and the general proportions of the figure.
In this drawing, the figure is just beginning to exert a force on the object. I mainly focused on representing the areas that visually displayed physical tension.
This pose is taken from a stair-step movement. Here, I began developing a feel for where I could leave out certain details and still convey the position of the figure.
This resting position after completing the action cycle of delivering a punch, left a lot of areas in the figure that created flowing contours and overlaps.
The was the final drawing in the “picking up a box” cycle. So, I had considerably more time to render the figure.