The most expressive shapes in Kafka’s handwriting were the source for creating the “Josef K Patterns” fonts. Stored in three OpenType fonts with contextual alternates and stylistic sets, you can use these ornaments as outlines or filled, and even make decorative patterns with them.
Outlines and fillings correspond to the uppercase and the lowercase letters on your keyboard. You can use them separately or layer them on top of each other. If you write a line of “pattern-text” in lowercase and repeat it underneath in uppercase you get a row of fillings followed by a row of outlines.
Now you can color them and then set linespace = 0 to get a single line of layered colored ornaments. Alternatively, activating OpenType / stylistic set 1 / stylistic alternates will also unite the two lines to a single layered line. Further magic can be done by turning on OpenType / contextual alternates.