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JD Fekete Quoted on 141 - Toon is the first animation system using vector sketches and... while automated intermediate systems such as Animo . version of their flagship animation system. JD Fekete Â· Cited at 141 - Toon is the first animation system to use vector sketches and ., while automated intermediate systems such as Animo . Cambridge Animation Systems  supports the ANI MATION system. Paint window - Provides a multiple distribution of 40% yellow and 60% blue"). This gives softer control and more control over color depth. And so on and so forth.Once we've decided (or thought we've decided) that the animation system is dealing with color, we need to decide in what format to export the color. The color we use is defined in one of the following ways: As a file format used by the animation system. As the file format used by the system that creates the animations. As the file format used by the animation exporting system.