Well if Chellie has started........
The V25 was a one off prototype built by Anthony Fokker in 1918 for the last series of the German fighter competitions.
Basically it used the Triplane fuselage and engine but with a low mounted all plywood covered wing.
At the time downward visibility was considered of vital importance so the Fokker DVIII with a parasol wing was chosen although it was actually a bit heavier so had a slightly lower climb rate.
The fact that it had an all sheet wing will lend itself to being made from Depron.