I have an image of a Coca-Cola bottle and would like to change the text while retaining the original font. How can I convincingly do this?

Any solutions are welcomed so long as they look convincing.

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    Sorry but the question makes no sense. You just asked us how to change the font while retaining the font. – Ryan Aug 30 '16 at 3:46
  • Maybe the question was about how to change it to bold, italic, etc.? Or change its size, color, etc? The question should have specified these. – vsz Aug 30 '16 at 4:25
  • "How can I take a picture of a coca-cola bottle and change the text to my liking while retaining the original font?" :) – User552853 Aug 30 '16 at 9:38
  • This is not impossible but very difficult. I'd rather search for "3D Coca Cola model" to be modified. – Paolo Gibellini Aug 30 '16 at 10:04
  • Can't properly answer this question since it is on hold but you can find equivalent fonts such as this one. Then you make a new logo with the font, erase the old logo, and use Filters>Map>Map object (to cylinder) to wrap your logo around the bottle. – xenoid Aug 30 '16 at 10:18

There is a Coca-Cola look-alike font. Then

  1. Erase the old logo on the original image,
  2. Make a flat logo with your new text with the Text tool, using the font above
  3. Use Filters>Map>Map object (to cylinder) to wrap your logo around the bottle.

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