How is someone perceived asking more questions than answering them?
That's perfectly fine. It's good that you want to learn. No one is stopping you from asking as many questions as you want (except perhaps, StackExchange's rule on how many questions you may ask if you repeatedly ask bad questions). That's the freedom of this website. We don't discriminate against your nature of curiosity as long as you know proper research techniques.
Do you feel as long as the questions are quality it does not matter or more effort should be made to answer (even if others do it better), or wait and learn and give back to the community later?
Ask right away. When you ask good questions, you're helping other people understand your question and they will learn something as well. You're also saving the trouble of someone asking the question. You're concerned about if someone needs more details based on the question you asked? Don't worry about that. If they need more explanation, they would refer to your question and then they will ask for something more specific or clarification.
Ultimately, you're contributing to the community when you ask questions because you're helping us build a good database of questions. I always make an analogy of this website in that if a global thermonuclear war occurred on our planet and the only surviving data center was StackExchange (assuming that textbooks were also destroyed), you would be helping the surviving civilization of the nuclear fallout to access our information on here so that they can help rebuild humanity.