I am sure this is simple, but I am really stumped with this one. Was doing some work with my brushes in PS and set some opacities in some of my layers. All was fine when I was done my work. Finished and closed that project. Opened next project. Created new file with transparent background. Then filled with black layer for some brush work on top of it and here is where I ran into something I have never had before. My brush was not laying any color down at all, but was removing my black fill and allowing my transparent background to come through. Did not matter what color I picked, it kept removing my fill. Not sure if I changed a setting I am not familiar with.
Any help would be appreciated and thanks in advanced.
Are you sure you we're accidently using the eraser tool? I've done that.
First I would like to thank you both. Seems I had a brain loss moment. Had a serious migraine headache all day while I was working which made me completely lose concentration. When I went back to what I thought was my Brush Tool, I was accidently using my History Brush Tool instead. I have been using PS for years and am by no means an amateur at it. Not a professional either. So I leave the community wth a good chuckle and have learned not to work with a migraine.