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The type of imagery that comes from the summation of using a whole slew of modes with molding. The following equation explains the definition:

(sum 0 to N Mode) + Moldable = Modeable.

The most notable (modeable) example is Dustin Hoffman's teeth in the movie Hook. If you're confused, ask yourself, "How do they make Dustin's teeth look so real, with the gapping and disgusting yellow tint?" and you'll get this word as the answer.
Hoffman: Yo Dustin, why are your teeth so argy-bargy?

Dustin: Simply because of Modeable Imagery--a new technique being implemented, especially for special effects in movies.

Hoffman: Splash idea!
by Jefbag December 20, 2010
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