In New York magazine it is stated:
[I]t’s strange that your handwriting changes over time; scientifically speaking, there’s no reason it should. At a certain point, you’ve learned all there is to learn about it: You’ve mastered the fine motor skills, you know the right way to grip a pen, you’ve written enough that you no longer need to think about the physical act of forming letters with your hand.
But they continue:
But still, odds are decent that your handwriting right now looks a little bit different than it did five years ago, and will look different again in five more.
Now I am wondering if handwriting can also change on a smaller time scale, and specifically with regard to emotional states. If yes, I would be interested in what part of the brain controls it.