So I am learning how to color with krita and I first have my line art layer of a characters face, then I have my background layer that is light grey. I start by creating a new paint layer under my lineart to be the skin coloring layer. I use a bucket and color the whole layer a light peach. I then go into my lineart layer and use the Contiguous selection tool to select the layer so it scans the face. I then go back into the skin coloring layer and delete the light peach color from the background leaving it only on the face. What I should be seeing is the light grey background behind the colored face however I see a white background?
If my explanation is hard to understand or visualize, what I am trying to do is in this tutorial video from timestamp 9:21-10:08
However for my case in the end I do not see the background layer which I should see after deleting the unecessary light peach color around the face.
Below is the image of my screen and you can see the issue I have with a white color coming out of nowhere after I use the selection tool.