Jevvu-Sa (Sometimes spelled Jebbusa) was a Scabben painter who lived in Vila, Novask. He, like many Scabbens, held a strong belief in Savoan. He may have been the first to create an image of Savoan, a painting he made himself. In fact, he created many paintings which featured the god in some way, even subtly sometimes. Many Scabbens at the time disliked the paintings and criticized Jevvu-Sa for creating an image of a divine being he had never seen. They felt it was an insult to Savoan. However, the Scabben eventually started to use the image Jevvu-Sa created in their own art and got used to seeing the image. Scabbens today respect Jevvu-Sa for his contributions to the art world.