Is this your first tattoo? If so, it's completely understandable why you're freaking out.
Scabbing and fading is normal during the healing process. MOST tattoos have to be touched up, because the ink just doesn't take uniformly. The needle likely didn't go as deep in some areas as in others, so the ink hasn't been injected to the same depth all over. That, and you have to remember this is a foreign body being inserted into YOUR body, and the natural response of your system is to try to force it out. Ink is pushed out while it's still an open wound. (And tattoos ARE just that..open wounds that ink has been inserted into.) Some tattoos have to be touched up multiple times after initially being done, especially if they're large. And most should be touched up later (years after you get them) to refresh that ink and keep it looking as fabulous as the day you got it.
Your artist knows that these touch ups are going to have to be done. She plans for it. She doesn't expect you to come in there with it looking perfect. She has to do this all the time(daily, in fact..on nearly every tattoo she does.) When you go in for the coloring, she's going to touch up your outline first, then fill the whole thing in. And when she's touching it up, if you want to ask her to add three little dots after the quote, I DOUBT that's going to be an extra charge. Most parlors and artists charge you an initial set up fee, for the gun and the ink and anything else they have to use during your tattoo, and then by the hour after that. That's why there's a minimum fee..They can't pay for your supplies. They'd have a hard time making a profit that way. So since she's not having to open up another needle or any extra ink, there shouldn't be any extra fee..she's not charging you by the dot. ;)
And if you're unhappy with some aspect of the design, you should discuss that with your artist as well. Remember that a tattoo looks UGLY during the healing process. Always has, always will. The first day you get it, it's gorgeous..and you best remember it like that, because over the next few weeks following that, you're gonna hate it. So remember that the splotchy outline is not going to remain splotchy. She's gonna fix it.
However, if there's something you want to change about it, you better talk to her about it before she starts coloring. It's going to be hard enough to change what's already been put in your skin..but once she starts adding the color, good luck ever getting anything you dislike about it fixed. Any additions or changes to the outline should be made before the final coloring. Just remember that you can add ink, but you can't magically siphon it out or erase what's already been done. You can only cover it with more ink somehow.
Your the one that's going to have to live with this tattoo for the rest of your life, and your artist wants you to be happy with it. They take pride in what they do, and they ultimately want you to walk away wanting to come back to them for all your future tattoo's. So any questions or concerns you have, feel free to ask! Anything you want to discuss about the design, discuss it before it's too late. Don't be scared or shy. So long as you're not insulting her or the hard work she's put in, she's going to be more than willing to make you happy with it any way she can.