This should be played with a loose right hand that (as you can see) should just sweep up and down in one smooth stroke.

This is a transition between an A major arpeggio and a G# minor arpeggio. Be mindful that the whole arpeggio is not played because the notes loop backwards on top and bottom.

It has a feel that accents 7 note groupings, all notes should be played as smoothly as possible. Once you have it brutally smooth then step up the speed just a bit and try it there. Remember that playing something smoothly is more important than playing it fast. Fast will come later if you get smooth, but it doesn't work the other way around.

This can be played with any two arpeggios in any close position, or even 3 or 4 or as many different ones as you like. The important part to keep is the loop d loop and the transition between the arpeggios.