Besides the Skyder's '412, there's my version too.
(but I wouldn't mind if Laforest made next one, as well as all other members of the family - 204, 214 etc. so they would be all "wholly compatible" with each other)
And one small addition, belonging actually to the Polish Wings (it has been already inserted into the right place: viewtopic.php?p=88234#p88234
). I could draw it years ago - just didn't realized I actually have the sources.
Henryk Toczołowski and Józef Wulf, employees of Podlaska Wytwórnia Samolotów designed between 1930-1932 and built in 1933 a small low-wing monoplane sports aircraft inspired by German Klemm airplanes. Test flights proved it had rather poor flying characteristics but was nonethless used until 1935 when it crashed during landing.
Toczołowski-Wulf TW-12, Poland