The history of Krita is still a mystery to many. Many believe that the first version of the software was developed by the company Blender, with some claiming that it was then sold to Adobe Photoshop for them to build on. Others claim that the version developed by Blender had not yet been released, and that it had been turned into an application by someone at Adobe. With so many versions of Krita floating around on the internet, how do you get a copy? Well, here's a little trick to help you with that. If you search for Krita downloads on Google, you should be able to find some nice selections.
The trick is to pay money to download the application. This can be done quite easily using the website that enables users to sign up for the application. Once you have signed up and paid, you will be able to download the software quite easily. You will also need to make sure that your computer meets the minimum requirements set by the application. You can check this out easily by typing in "Krita downloads" into Google and then checking the boxes in the box provided. If you meet the minimum requirements, you will be given an option to download the software.
Many people say that the application does not come with all the features, so it is best to search for a paid version of the application. It will certainly cost you money, but at least you can always download the application and use it if you don't like its price. Do keep in mind that the downloads available on Google are from companies that sell other applications. They will try to pass you off as giving you free software.