Brazilian artist Deya Muniz has been working on her webcomic series Brutally Honest for 5 years now, but it looks like she won't be running out of ideas anytime soon. Her strips continue to deal with the absurd realities of everyday life with brutal honesty and refreshing humor, offering precisely what we need to come to terms with the fact that we don't always have our crap together. So, just like the last time we wrote about Deya's work, we invite you to enjoy a cathartic experience very few Internet artists can provide.
"You could say the series is really personal," Muniz told Bored Panda. "Not necessarily in a deep 'this is who I really am inside' kind of way, but more in a 'being based around stuff that happens to me in real life' way. I'm just putting my own thoughts and feelings out there and people seem to relate or find my life funny, which are both cool!"
Currently, Muniz is living in the US with her wife and their dog, and the trio are the most popular characters on the series nowadays. But other guests also make their appearances from time to time. "I've included a lot of other friends in the past, it just varies based on who I've been spending time with. I always show them the comic ahead of time to make sure they're okay with it though!"
Even though Muniz has been working on the series for half a decade, she has no intention of stopping. "I take breaks when and if I need to, and there's no schedule or deadlines I need to worry about with Brutally Honest. Sometimes, I pop one out just to vent."
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