I'm working on a project right now that I thought would be interesting with some kind of text so I decided to get out various tools and try Stacked Journaling. I had some left over copy paper with faint marks on it that I used for practice sheets so you can see some strange marks hidden in there too. I tried writing with skewers, brushes, pens, Fantastix etc. My favorites are the one on top of the page above which I did with a long liner brush, and the one in bright blue below which was fabric paint squeezed out of a bottle and then mono printed.
This is probably the only way I'm ever going to like my own handwriting! LOL! Once I got started I realized there are dozens of options to explore. Not only the materials involved but also trying things like writing in all caps, using long ascenders and descenders or using short ones. Printing or cursive. Now I want to experiment with trying to get my SJ onto something that will be very transparent. I plan to scan in a nice large block and then print it out onto silk organza, tissue paper, t-shirt transfer paper and ink jet transparency.
This isn't great art but it was fun to play and I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of looks that came out of it. I will add these to my art journal so I can refer back to them again.