An important contribution to the gamma-ray emission of our Galaxy is the Galactic Diffuse emission. We present specific developments within the PICARD code for modeling of Galactic cosmic ray propagation that are relevant for the computation of the gamma-ray emission to accommodate a new Interstellar Radiation Field (ISRF) model. We study the differences of the individual ISRF models on Galactic Diffuse gamma-ray emission predictions in the GeV to the TeV energy regime.
Emphasis was laid on obtaining robust predictions for observable signatures in the very high energy gamma-ray regime with a special attention to the energy regime for H.E.S.S. Preliminary longitude-latitude profile and residuum maps of inverse Compton emissions are shown for axisymmetric and four-arm spiral Galaxy models.