post prandium pictores picturas pulchras pingunt?
How about ...
Post prandium pictores picturas pulchras pro parvum pretium pingunt.
Can we include the Psittacus?
As you wish --- Post prandium pictores picturas pulchras psittacorum pro parvum pretium pingunt.
Was "post prandium" used in Latin as an adverbial phrase of time?
EDIT: I answer my own question.
It seems it is. Duolingo gives: "Post prandium, Marcum excito."
I have found my new tongue twister.
Lol, right. Fun in English too, since it's 80% alliteration!
Translate as "Painters paint pretty pictures" and you're up to 100%.
Alliteration aside, bellus, bella, bellum should be accepted.
What a mouthful!
Was this used as a Latin tongue twister by ancient Romans?
Nice tongue twister
Is "Pictores pulchras picturas pingunt" not correct?
Pretty painters paint pictures
Is "pictores phulcras pictores pingunt" correct