The work presented here is a continuation of the earlier discussion undertaken by the author on the definition of geometric transformation and principles of creation and graphical representation of anamorphic images . A specific method based on optics has been used to explain the method of creating complex geometrical anamorphic images with the inclusion of those parts of images that usually cover difficult deformations. The ideal scheme for an optical device which can be used for generating transformations of real life images into anamorphic images for this type of reflective anamorphic transformations has been developed. The validity and correctness of the geometrical and optical analysis of this type of transformation have been demonstrated in practice. A prototype of an optical device has been developed and used for the realization of this type of transformation and called the “Anamorphot”. The image created using the Anamorphot proves validity of the theory of creation of anamorphic images as presented in earlier publications.