This weekend I met Scout Taylor-Compton at Chiller Theatre. She signed a poster using dark blue ink on a black background, which was my fault. The guy I paid asked what color I wanted, and I thought the blue would be more vibrant. It isn't. You can hardly see her signature. My question is this? Do you think going over her signature in silver would ruin the validity of her autograph? I have dozens of autographs and never ran into this problem before. Maybe I should get a frame light and hang it from the bottom, since the sig can be seen in direct light, as pictured. Maybe I'm overthinking this.