If you want to do something a little more complicated, this still does not mean drawing the whole thing and then redrawing the whole thing in a new position. You only have to change the bits that are going to move, and you can make these changes quite simple.
Have a look at the next animated gif, as an example. To see what was needed to make this gif file appear to move, have a look at the frames below.
Frame 1a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1323 bytes, 57 colours
Frame 2a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1255 bytes, 59 colours
Frame 3a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1313 bytes, 59 colours
Frame 4a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1462 bytes, 60 colours
Frame 5a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1335 bytes, 59 colours
Frame 6a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1256 bytes, 59 colours
Frame 7a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1261 bytes, 57 colours
Frame 8a: 86 x 80 pixels, 1383 bytes, 57 colours
This is the original Animation
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