Ken, do you have any videos of your work with different hands? The only way I can get anything to look remotely presentable is by taking forever on each and every word.
Obviously part of the lack of speed on my part is the lack of experience, but just curious to how fast the pro can go!
The DVD shown in my signature (below) comprises demonstrations of six alphabets followed by short text examples of each. The styles are :
Copperplate : Cursive Italic : Half-Uncial : Formal Italic : Foundational : Blackletter.
However, this may not be what you're looking for, as the writing is at a moderate pace, well short of note-taking handwriting.
IMO to be of most value, it is necessary for the writing to be at a pace which can be studied. To write too fast on a demonstration video, is of limited value.
Having said that, these styles and techniques can be learned and speeded up, and some can be developed as personal handwriting.
Edited by caliken, 12 May 2012 - 14:25.