If you’re getting the results you want, then everything is “ok”! There are no rules beyond that. If you tell me you have some kind of speed limit that’s very low, and it’s interfering with your ability to play smoothly, or if you tell me there are lines you can’t play because they’re too complicated, those are problems. But until then, I wouldn’t worry about it.
FYI the camera angle you’re using in your video is great. And including the slow motion in addition to regular speed video is great, because motion smoothness is easier to see and hear with regular speed video. Slow motion is useful for seeing details like if the pick is really getting over the strings or not. But just keep in mind that you really need to film in 120fps for that. Slowing down 25fps or 30fps video doesn’t really show any more detail. So for example I can’t really tell in this clip if you’re hitting strings you’re not supposed to be hitting (swiping), or specifically what kind of motion you’re really using.
But again, none of those things really matter as long as the resulkts you are getting sound good to you and feel smooth. Those are the two main ways you can evaluate your own playing.