The term ‘texture’ refers to patterns arranged in an order in a line or a curve. Textures allow one to make a meaningful interpretation of certain geometric regularity of spatially repeated patterns. In addition, texture also exhibits useful information about spatial distribution of color or gray intensities in an image. Correct interpretation of latent textures of various tissues in a body is an important requirement for a surgeon as a preoperative measure. In this context, extraction of textures in an MR scanned 3D image would assist a medical professional in the preoperative decision making process. This paper proposes a novel technique for extracting directional textures of a 3D MR image in all three axes separately.