For instance, the moment when you finally reveal your lazy, no-makeup look to your boyfriend and get exactly the right reaction:
Or when you’re there for each other in good times and bad times:
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Dunn said she tries to avoid the schmaltzy tone reflected in a lot comics about love and relationships.
“I’m not really into cheesy romantic stuff myself because it doesn’t seem real to me,” she said. “I try to keep a mixture of light and dark in all of my works.”
See more of Dunn’s illustrations about love below and head to her Facebook page for even more.
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