What type of picking?
Many of these examples lend themselves to hybrid or finger picking, as the distances involved can make conventional picking quite a challenge. That’s no reason not to practise them in all ways though. Obviously, where simultaneous notes are played there is often no other option, though the octaves are an exception to this. By muting the unused string between the two extremes, you can create some appealing Wes Montgomery-style lines. The sound of the muted string adds a certain texture too. Elsewhere, this is a good time to reappraise the efficiency of your picking technique – choosing the most ergonomic up or downstrokes and keeping hand, wrist and arm movements to a minimum you can really tidy up all sorts of nagging problems with some consistent, regular work.