Seemingly. Seemingly. To the untrained eye…
Todd’s and then Danny Miki’s inks (both very heavy handed) make it hard, but Capullo’s work is so much more technically better that it becomes pretty clear pretty quickly. As in, the lighting makes sense, the perspective is correct, and the anatomy is sound.
For what it’s worth, I’d still recommend the short Capullo run on X-Force via Marvel Unlimited. It’s relatively early Nicieza picking up where Liefeld’s plots left off (it’s fairly messy “making it up as I go along” stuff) but it is entertaining and the characterisation is consistent.
We’re talking 1992-93 X-books so of course it’s heavy on action and there are diversions into two line-wide crossovers (X-cutioner’s Song and Fatal Attractions) - Capullo shines throughout and you can see a marked difference between his first and final issues.