I don't mind relic'd guitars if it's moderately light and looks believable. You know, if the 'aging' and 'battle scars' are in spots that make sense. For example, around the knobs, where the arm rests, around the toggle switch, maybe on the bottom; especially if the nicks, pings, and dents look like they could have happened from a bracelet, wallet chain, coffee table, belt buckle, or something else believable.
Unfortunately, your guitar looks like someone just took the nail removing end of a hammer and started lightly skimming the guitar in random spots with it for the sheer intent of making it look beat up. If the finish and details weren't so well preserved and in such good condition, it might be believable, but right now it's not much different than those t-shirts people buy with the little reinforced pre-made holes in the collar and pre-faded silkscreen.
But that's just me. If you like it, that's awesome.