I have been playing Malifaux since mid-February. In that month or so (at the time of writing) time I have got seven or so games played, which is an awful lot by my standards.
The majority of the games have been at home, although I got an opportunity to play in another gamers house too (the games played on the green table shown below).
One of the things that I have enjoyed most about the process is digging around in the boxes of terrain that I own in an effort to make each game table coherent and unique.
After the effort that I have put in over the last couple of years I now have a lot of terrain, most of it practical and of pretty decent quality: I am happy to say that it is largely better than the majority of the terrain that I have seen in actual use (actual use rather than set pieces for shows or spectacular set ups for rulebook photos) over the years. Its far from award winning stuff but its solid, practical and is supplied in volume. Malifaux is finally bringing a lot of that stuff to the table for actual use, which is very satisfying.
I have been taking photos at various points during each game. A selection of these quick snaps are shown below, just for fun really. Lady Justice features a lot, seeing as she is the leader of my first completed Malifaux crew.
I have some more terrain in the pipeline. A few more post apocalyptic shanty type bits and pieces will be first in all likelyhood.
I also have plans for some cow town stuff, but it will need a little bit of wiki-wiki-wah-wah west-ifying before I will be happy with it. I want it to look like something suitable for a Firefly/Malifaux setting as well as suitable for the Cursed Earth and the occasional frontier planet for 40k folk to show up on. We will see how that goes.