This completely blows my mind. This is way more psychedelic than most supposedly psychedelic images that overload the frame with as many saturated colours as possible. Looking at this image makes me think of the relative tensions that emerge from the contrast of opposites. The contrast between colour and monochrome, between parallel lines of symmetry, between transparency and opacity, and even between different primary colours. It's not easy to create a structure where the relations between these things can be seen clearly. I get the same feeling looking at this as I get whilst looking at some of Eschers best work. Bravo!
Many thanks for your kind comment, i really appreciate. For this render i used postwork (gimp) and normaly i dont that and maybe it's why the render is a bit better from the other, i must use most postwork in the future