Oh yeah, it's possible. (I'm not at my home pc, but I'll do my best to describe it.)
Start with a new canvas with max dpi and whatever resolution.
Select a simple brush and clear all controllers. Set your brush presets so that you're getting a simple line - I'll suggest 5px. Set your scatter controller such that the vector has:
- a magnitude controlled by the absolute value of a sinusoidal wave (path like a ball bouncing on your stroke) multiplied by a function that very rapidly flips from 1 to -1 (to mirror path across stroke) and,
- an angle perpendicular to the stroke direction
This will give you the right outer contour. I'm pretty sure it's possible to get the lines in between, but it will get complicated.
The rake brush is a good example/reference of using multiple lines.
Here's some stuff I was messing around with: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=1030
I'll try it out later if I can remember
It's also worth mentioning you can very easily get something somewhat close just by having your size controlled by a sine wave.