This line is heavily inspired by the great Carl Verheyen. Lot's of slides and big intervals going on here and we cover a lot of ground on the fretboard.
As you can see in the notation I use the middle finger of the right hand a lot for these kinds of lines. This is usually called hybrid picking and is well worth checking out if you want to make your life easier:)
Visit my Instagram to see a video of this lick, and you can download the notation here.
The rhythmic groupings are mostly there to make it easier for you to understand the different sequences. Try going for an even but fairly quick tempo. The picking indications are the ones I use but feel free to change it up however you like.
You can find a video of the lick over at my Instagram and here's the guitarpro and pdf files.
Here's a short but quite tricky picking lick in D-dorian/blues. The first part is pretty straight forward but it's the last 7 notes that might be a problem.
The reason for this is that it shifts from being 3-notes-per-string to 2-notes-per-string in the middle of a pretty fast run. Very useful to get down though since it'll open up your possibilities a lot when improvising.
Here's the pdf and guitarpro files. You can find a video demonstration of this lick over at my Instagram.